The Fly Agaric (Amanita Muscaria)


A cluster of these mushrooms appear every year under a group of Birch trees at the gate. They are the original red Toadstool and beloved by the local deer, squirrels and rabbits. I had to cover some of the emerging fungi with plant pots pegged down with tent pegs in order to save some for mysel to print. 

The Fly Agaric (Amanita Muscaria) is a hallucinogenic mushroom and
I've written about it here

This print is made using a wild mushroom picked sustainably in the

garden. The frame (purchased) is 33cm high x 33cm length x 3.5cm deep which can be hung or stand. I used grey card and a grey frame with Glass.

Like a fingerprint, each mushroom has its own unique pattern which ebbs as it ages. This print is absolutely original and unique.

It is not recommended to remove the print from the frame due to its very delicate nature and not all my prints are sealed.

These mushrooms were picked fresh and, therefore, a certain amount of moisture soaked into the card causing some warping. This a natural part of the process of spore printing and not a fault in the print.

Before you hit buy!

Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept cancellations before the item has been dispatched.  Please request the cancellation via the website within 24 hours of purchase.

I don't accept returns or exchanges, however, I will do my best to resolve any issues with your order.

Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I cannot be responsible for delays due to customs issues.

Care Instructions

I recommend hanging these prints out of direct light to avoid fading. If you wish to remove the print from the frame please be careful to not damage the spore pattern, they are delicate and not all can be sealed.

Gift wrapping

All art is shipped in a box with padding for the corners. Please contact me if you want your piece of art gift wrapped.

Personalised or Custom orders

I may not always have mushrooms at hand for something specific, you may have to wait a year for them to appear again! However if you have an idea, please do contact me and I'll be happy to work with you.