Welcome spring with our rendition of this beautiful ephemeral wildflower. There’s a substantial colony that blankets our backyard, right outside of the tile art studio window.
Trout Lily grows in rich organic soils of Maple-Beech forests throughout Michigan and has an interesting life history. Research has suggested the average age of a trout lily colony can be up to 150 years old, and potentially over 1,000 years old in undisturbed forests.
The Trout Lily Art Tile is a nominal 5x5 inches and about 1/2 inch thick.
Many glaze offer a variety of textures and layers to control the different areas of the tile design. The background is glazed a transparent Smoke celadon. The leaves are dark green celadon, spotted golden brown and outlined in Jade. The flower is a sunshine yellow celadon outlived in a yellow satin matte. Iron glaze shows off on the petals, stem and stamen.
Makes the perfect gift nestled in one in our handcrafted cedar frames.
You have to contact the studio to place an order, 2317356173, or firstname.lastname@example.org