Meet the newest portrait for the month of May, Maile!

When I stumbled across an armful of loose succulents on the ground, I knew I had to have a little fun with them! I imagined their shapes flowing together like hair blowing in the wind — and seeing their resiliency (without soil or water for a while) was remarkable! Hope you love this month's new portrait as much as I loved making it.

The name, Maile, is of Hawaiian origin meaning "vine". 

Nothing is secured or permanent. Once she is photographed, her pieces are recycled back into the earth and/or saved for the next creation.


Print Details:

✻ 8" x 10" unframed print

✻ Museum-quality art print created with fade resistant 19pt Savoy Cotton archival paper and ink

✻ Proudly printed locally in the Bay Area, California

✻ created by Miquela Raiche (©Great Honour Goods. All rights reserved.)

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