You & Eye Art Print


Imaginary Anatomy Series # 4 – You & Eye

Plants, according to Jack C Schultz, “are just very slow animals”. They hunt for food, evade enemies, fight for territory and even have senses. Through photosynthesis, plants respond to light. Although it behaves differently from human sight, plants can, in fact,  “see.” Certain plants respond to the sound of caterpillars “munching” with chemical defenses. The Venus Fly Trap responds to touch by closing its trap. Plants even communicate with one another through their roots, sending and receiving a variety of chemical cues. 

About the Imaginary Anatomy Series:

Our world is full of wonders, both externally and internally. Every organ, every ecosystem, every cell is perfectly designed, astonishingly beautiful and completely interdependent. If we could truly acknowledge the miracle of a single tree, our entire life would change.  The breathtaking beauty of the natural world is also within each of us. We are walking miracles. 

Through this series, I hope to educate, to inspire, to reacquaint people with the profundity of the perfectly ordinary. Above all, I hope to help people appreciate their own bodies and their connection to the world around them.

  • 10″x10″ image printed on a 11″x11″ premium matte 232 gsm paper 
  • Archival giclée using  pigment ink (Pigment ink resists water and UV light better than dye-based ink, and is able to resist fading for hundreds of years.)
  • Prints are packaged in protective plastic bag with hardboard backing.
  • Does not include mat board or frame.
  • Open edition.
  • Please allow up to 2-3 weeks for delivery in the US. I’m working on getting international online sales up and running. If you’re outside of the US and would like a print, please contact me directly