Venecopeia screen print, discontinued
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A cornucopia overflows with a bouquet of poisonous plants that cradles a human skull. The term "venecopeia" refers to an abundance of poisonous plants within the witches' herbal cabinet. The volatile nature of poisonous plants is what makes them so alluring. A small dose may provide medicinal value, but one too many drops can induce a most painful death. This dual nature puts extra emphasis on the morality of the practitioner, challenging one to use her knowledge and skills responsibly on the path to self-enlightenment.
Venecopeia is original artwork hand drawn and screenprinted by Adrienne Rozzi.
Printed with black ink on kraft-toned Stonehenge archival paper. Measures approximately 11" x 11" (inches) with a rough deckle along the bottom edge. Signed by the artist.
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