• 68. Donkey Orchid

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The name Diuris, meaning double-tail, refers to the hanging lateral sepals, however, the orchids are more readily recognised by their ear-like petals which lead to the common name of Donkey Orchid.

All species have grass-like leaves and most have predominantly yellow flowers with red, brown or purple markings.

Cyanotype – 13×19 hand printed on Saunders Waterford hotpress 300 gsm
This is a hand made print in an edition of 10.

Cyanotype is a process of combining two solution together to become light senstive. This solution is coated across watercolour paper, dried and then exposed with a large negative.
Once fully exposed it is washed and dried. Each print takes a week complete.

Donkey Orchid – Diuris Drummondii – Western Australian Native

Jacek Gonsalves

AUD$425
Size: 33w x 48h cms
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Limited Edition (10) Cyanotype hand printed on Saunders Waterford hotpress 300 gsm paper

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Additional Information

The name Diuris, meaning double-tail, refers to the hanging lateral sepals, however, the orchids are more readily recognised by their ear-like petals which lead to the common name of Donkey Orchid.

All species have grass-like leaves and most have predominantly yellow flowers with red, brown or purple markings.

Cyanotype – 13×19 hand printed on Saunders Waterford hotpress 300 gsm
This is a hand made print in an edition of 10.

Cyanotype is a process of combining two solution together to become light senstive. This solution is coated across watercolour paper, dried and then exposed with a large negative.
Once fully exposed it is washed and dried. Each print takes a week complete.

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