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Botanical artwork made entirely of preserved flowers, leaves, goldleaf, and cicada wings on an oval wooden vintage frame from Finland (1980) with hand-cut (by me) iridescent glass. One of a kind! Approx. 5" x 4.5"


All materials on this piece are :

- Ethically sourced

- Hand-picked and preserved

- Sealed to protect against weathering, aging, and color fade.


~*~*~Iridescence II~*~*~

The second of a series made with hand-cut iridescent glass, this piece radiates with ethereal light. It glows with countless colors as you tilt the frame, creating a pearly shimmer that is absolutely angelic. Made for the creative soul--a portal into a realm of rainbow light. May it fill your home with magick. May it remind you of your mystical nature, and the absolute wonder of existence.


This vintage frame was hand-selected and re-purposed by me. All plants and wings are glued directly onto iridescent glass that I hand-cut and grinded, and then covered with a sheet of clear glass for protection and shine.


This piece contains fern, queen Anne's lace, lobelia, goldleaf, and cicada wings.


This cicada was found in the forest after a storm, passed away from natural causes. All creatures used in my art were collected after passing away naturally, and are now honored and cherished forever.


Please read the Care Instruction section for more info!


~Each piece that I make is created in an intentional, devotional space. I sit with the plants and create whatever my inner vision directs me to. This is my sacred practice, and it is suffused with magic and love!~

Iridescence II

  • -Not for outdoor placement, keep indoors to avoid water damage.-

    Best to keep away from direct sunlight, as the plants will fade over time if placed in a window! The fading of plants is natural and does not take away from their beauty, but rather reminds us of the constant change in life. If you are okay with this, then a window is fine. But keep in mind--the colors will stay forever if kept away from direct strong light.

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