Menthae, the Bristlecone Pine Dryad

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Menthae, the Bristlecone Pine Dryad

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f you could imagine a living tree as old as the pyramids of Egypt, what do you think it would look like? It would look like a bristlecone pine the oldest known tree species in the world. Dryads were the nymphs of trees, groves, woodlands and mountain forests. They were the spirits of the oaks and pines, poplar and ash, apple and laurel. For those known as Hamadryades, a tree was born with her birth to which her life was tied. While the tree flourished, so did its resident nymph, but when it died she passed away. Let Menthae, the beautiful Bristlecone Pine Dryad, grace your home with her beauty and poise.

11 x 14 poured acrylic on canvas covered in resin

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