Acrylic painting on canvas.
The elegant Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum) is one of the early flowers of Ontario's moist woodlands, although it is easily overshadowed by the showier trilliums. This curious flower consists of a striped spathe in colours from purplish brown to shades of green, that forms an old-fashioned roofed 'pulpit.' Inside the pulpit is the flower spike, or spadix, with tiny flowers. In late summer, the plant boasts a cluster of bright red berries.
This textured acrylic painting celebrates the graceful curves of the Jack-in-the-Pulpits and comes ready to hang.