This artwork is a collection of St Georges mushroom which grows every year in two places in the garden. There weren't so many this year which I put down to the cold spring.

It is called St Georges mushroom because it usually appears on April 23rd - St Georges Day but I have found the colder the spring, the later it appears.

They can grow to be quite large and they like to grow in groups or circles. I love working them, their wobbly shapes rarely fail to produce drama plus they make a tasty sauce!


This print is made using wild mushrooms picked sustainably in the garden. The frame (purchased) is 30cm high x 40cm length x 4cm deep which can be hung. I used forest green board in a white frame with perspex.