The Black Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) is one of the most common wildflowers and one of the few that most people can correctly identify. It grows wild over much of the east coast and midwest and its happy, cheery blooms dot hills and highways over most of the summer.
► Background: White. The plant pops off the crisp white background.
► Flower Color: Saturated. I’ve bumped up the color saturation on this print to make the flower pop off the page. The details are still apparent, but this print looks “fresher” than an actual dried plant as the colors have not been muted.
► Printed on high quality photo paper: 68 lb satin finish.
► Feature the scientific name lettered across the bottom.
Prints are sold packaged in a eco-friendly cello sleeve and come with a rigid backing board for protection and support. 8×10 prints can be matted to fit an 11×14 frame and will be packaged in a cello sleeve with backer-board.
► Prints do not come with a frame or clipboard. However, wholesale framing options are available as well. Contact me for details.