From the series "What She Touched that Touches Me," evidence of the green thumb I inherited from my mother who was a supreme gardener and a typical cook of the mid-20th century: delicious deviled eggs, baked chicken breasts, fruit-filled jell-o mold, Lipton's onion dip. This archival inkjet print is in a thin black metal frame to mirror the metal of the pan.


Dimensions: Image 10" x 15" framed to 16" x 20"

Garden Herbs by Betty Stone Photography

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