An ink drawing of okra, laying in a pile on a white ground. The caption reads "Okra, which we tried to pickle."

Okra, which we tried to pickle

Ink wash and digital composite on paper

Back story

An ink drawing of a bunch of okra my wife grew in the garden. A store back home sells pickled okra, which we love, and we made our first attempt at DIY pickling with this batch.

I love the "squirmy" curves of the okra "fruit," especially when a few are laying in a pile like this.

Available editions

Giclée print

6 x 6" print edition of "Okra"


Print size
6" x 6"
Paper size
8" x 8"
Edition limit
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Giclée is a term for high-quality digital prints. Mine are produced at Archival Arts in Baltimore.

  • Printed on heavy, textured, acid-free cotton rag paper.
  • Printed with archival, pigment-based inks.
  • All prints are individually signed and numbered.