Tinta y tinto (Spanish for black ink and red wine)
Through a process of oxidation, reduction, and light manipulation, Juniper stains and colors paper with red wine and a rich black pigment made of the wild harvested mushroom Coprinopsis atramentaria.

Author/Artist Bio

Born and raised in Joshua Tree California, Juniper Harrower’s work is rooted in desert aesthetic. She has worked as a plant biologist at UC Berkeley, plant ecolo gist in Costa Rica, birth doula at SFGH, taught science in Oakland, and lived in Buenos Aires studying and painting with wine. www.tintaytinto.com

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