Ink Dwell Studio, Jane Kim

Credit: Jane Kim, Ink Dwell Studio


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Phacelia (Phacelia californica) and Woodland Skipper (Ochlodes sylvanoides)
The painting is meant to hang from any corner and highlights some of San Francisco's birds and plants: Cedar Waxwing with Toyon, Steller's Jay with Coast Live Oak, Wilson's Warbler with Elderberry, Song Sparrow with Coffeeberry. 
Coast Live Oak (Quercus agrifolia) and Steller's Jay (Cyanocitta stelleri)
Western Columbine (Aquilegia formosa) with Anna's Hummingbird (Calypte Anna)
Montage of birds, bees, butterflies and native plants.
Le Papillon
The murals at 455 Hyde Street, collectively known as Le Papillon, tell the story of the family tree of San Francisco’s butterflies. On the 12-story north and east walls, One Monarch, depicts a single monarch flying toward the state flower, the California poppy. On the south wall, Butterflies and Poppies showcases representatives from the five families of butterflies found in San Francisco. On the entryway and the garage, a pattern of poppies is overlaid with all 34 species of San Francisco’s butterflies.