Coloured crayons and ink on paper by local artist Terry Bailey.
A7 - 74 x 105mm
Beautiful representaition of Rosa canina, commonly called dog rose.
A well-known and widely spread inhabitant of our British hedges.
These delicate flowers produce red hips that are sought after for the priceless red oil their seeds yield.. The shells of the hips are dired and used for their nutritional and therapeutic value.
To know more about rosehip and its uses, please follow the links below