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Indian Lady Slipper

$650.00

Watercolor on paper by Lori Ann Sweet
(32in. x 26in.)

Long Island was established first by the Northern Native Indians who occupied Long Island till the Bristish had gained momentum. Our family residency was partial in Native North American territory and occupied by the British. Our woods behind our home every year had wild Indian Lady Slippers Growing. Now this rare Orchid is on the extinctic list. It is a critically endangered species. How fortunate we were to have these in coming up in the woods.

Artwork purchased online can be picked up AFTER the exhibit ends, on or after July 7, 2024 — or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). 

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Artwork purchased online can be picked up AFTER the exhibit ends, on or after July 7, 2024 with a copy of your receipt, or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). Please contact STAAA to arrange: info@staaa.org or (904) 824-2310 (Mon-Fri).

Additional information

Dimensions 32 × 26 in

The St. Augustine Art Association is partially funded by grants from the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council, the St. Johns Cultural Council, the Community Foundation for Northeast Florida‘s Crisp-Ellert Fund, and the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Benjamin & Jean Troemel Arts Foundation.

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