The Mushroom Herder
The mushroom herder’s job is to herd mushrooms into random places in fields and forests so that they don’t all end up growing in the same place (which they are very fond of doing). This is why many mushrooms are found in clumps and it is also why some clumps are easier found than others. The herder directs some clumps into very secret locations in case whole crops of mushrooms are accidentally harvested by very hungry humans. Sometimes humans forget that it is important to leave enough mushrooms for wildlife to eat as well as leaving enough to go to spore. So when they only take what they need there will be more mushrooms the following year and plenty to keep the mushroom herders busy with their herding!
This giclée print edition is limited to 350. The edition is divided into 2 sizes:
15 x 10 cm with mount/matting and A4 (no mount/matting)
All prints are printed on beautiful fine art paper by Eimear
using highest quality archival inks. A white border for framing surrounds
each image & the above story/quotation is also included with each print.
For more details on print sizes & postage see shipping.