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Here you can browse and purchase limited-edition art prints created by Endangered Species Print Project artists. We donate a portion of every print to wildlife conservation.

Lakeside Daisy Print


Lakeside Daisy Print


This is an 8" x 10" archival inkjet print on bamboo paper. 


Also known as the Eastern Fournerved Daisy

Estimated Wild Population/Print Edition: 40 populations

Estimated Population In Captivity: unknown

Threatened by: Habitat destruction (limestone quarrying), Collecting, Fire suppression, Limited geographic range

Habitat: Dry prairie grassland underlain by limestone


Flowers have been a subject matter in my work as an artist for years. They have shown up in my paintings, drawings, as well as my sculptural work. The flowers I chose to paint for ESPP come from the two states I would consider my home states, the first being Minnesota. I was born in Ely, Minnesota and grew up in very small towns in the northeastern part of the state known as the "Iron Range". I spent a lot of time in or near the wilderness, whether it was on purpose or because our house was literally in the woods. My family and I would go wild berry picking, camping, cross-country skiing, and on canoe trip vacations. After living in Chicago, and the Twin Cities over the last 13 years, the silence up north seems immeasurable. My parents still live on a beautiful little lake up north where pretty much all you will hear at rush hour are loons.


Your purchase of this print will support the work of The Center for Plant Conservation. The mission of the Center for Plant Conservation is to conserve and restore the imperiled native plants of the United States to secure them from extinction.

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*please note all population counts reflect the population counted at the time of printing