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Botanical art

The next best thing to having house plants is having botanical art, or considering the ease of day-to-day care and the consistent attractiveness, maybe the art is even better.  Here's a link to a gallery of Ruth Ana Lyons paintings.  Oh, these will color up your living room wall.  Remember, art does not match your couch, and you don't just hang a single piece centered on the wall.  The Phactors have more than 50 pieces of wall art, much of it sort of botanical, on just the first floor.  This doesn't count the glass or the stoneware.  So get out there an help feed a starving artist.

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