I grew up in western Pennsylvania in a Pittsburgh suburb. My family owned 55 acres of wooded property near my home, and there were many, many fun-filled summer days and weekends spent out at ”The Woods”. We’d play in the creek, catch crayfish and salamanders, have cookouts and parties, and stuff ourselves full of hotdogs and marshmallows.
Every Spring, Jack-in-the-Pulpits would grow near the pet cemetery and on the pathway out to the picnic area. They were hard to find, as the flower was hidden under the much taller leaves, but they were so very cool to see.
Jack-in-the-Pulpit, this picture, was one third of a triptych for my mom. The triptych, called Papa’s Woods, commemorated my family’s property, which has since been donated to a non-profit organization that maintains it as a public green space and preserve. Papa’s Woods was my first ”official” quilt.
|Reproduction Style||Fine Art Print Canvas Wall Sticker Stretched Canvas Framed Canvas|
|Size||8” x 10” 11” x 14” 16” x 20” 24” x 30”|