Gingko, Golden Alexander, Euonymus alatus
I first saw a Gingko tree in the autumn when the leaves go bright mustard yellow and fall like a blanket around the foot of the trunk when I was a freshman in college in North Carolina. I was gobsmacked. How delightful it was to settle in Princeton where there are Gingkos everywhere. Did you know the Gingko "is the last living species in the order Ginkgoales, which first appeared over 290 million years ago" says Wikipedia?
The print comes with a 2" white border around the artwork.
Matte giclée print on watercolor paper
top of page
For custom sizes please email Lcutler6@gmail.com
bottom of page