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I make original, unique and wonderful art works from my Irish garden mushrooms. 
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My blog contains information on some deadly Irish mushrooms which may be growing in your garden! 
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Gillian

Love

My daughter got engaged recently, quite suddenly - yet not surprisingly! I gave this artwork as a gift because I thought it looked like a heart and symbolised the huge love these two wonderful people have for each other. She thinks it looks like wings - either way, I felt it was a perfect engagement gift for a wonderful occasion. 
The original mushroom was involved in an accident involving the root of a tree :)
Engagementgift, wedding gift, valentines gift, love, heart

Love

Sea Dog

I found a flush of large creamy coloured mushrooms in amongst some larch stumps at the back of the house. I had noticed them last year so I cleared away the ground ivy  last summer in anticipation. I was rewarded with loads of these magnificent fungi. They were quite large, fluted and produced fantastic shapes and shades. The insects and animals didn't seem to be interested which is always a bonus.  This is a large painting, 50 x 70cm, and sits in a dog loving, water sport fans' new kitchen!

A Parasol and some Blushers.

These mushrooms are so dramatic, it is difficult to describe how excited I get when I see them emerge. The Blusher is a member of the Amanita family and a cousin of the red toadstool, the Fly Agaric and the deadly Deathcap.
It grows quickly and huge and gets its name because it turns red when bruised!
On the other hand, this Parasol was slender and elegant.
I placed the three diagonally across the board and I love the way the centre Blusher reached out to the two other mushrooms and tried to connect!

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