The Fly Agaric – Amanita muscaria is a common toadstool across the Northern Hemisphere. Iconic and instantly recognisable by its red cap and white specks.
It is thought to have been introduced to Australia unintentionally, via spores attached to pine trees and other northern hemisphere plants.
The Fly Agarics are portrayed using woolen yarn, lace and beads.
Framed in natural wood it measures 35 x 30 cm
This is an original textile work by Pauline Dewar and is currently available on our website.
When creating mixed media pieces we gather vintage lace, embroidery and beads from thrift stores to give them a wonderful new life.