This is one of the first block prints I did of the west coast. Banana slugs illustrate the ripening of our much loved tropical fruit from all yellow to speckles of brown. They are big, eat gardens, feel gross if you squish one in your bare feet. I have found them in my car, in my gumboots, hiding in my kayak, and snacking on a yam inside my cabin. They are troublemakers in the vegetable garden but necessary to eat the incredible amount of organic matter on the forest floor. A constant source of amusement.
Image size 5x9 inches, series of 6, signed and numbered. Frame not included.