Vibrant Color-Coded Arrangements Expose the Intricate Underbellies of Mushrooms

Layers of thick, fleshy gills in lavender, taupe, and bright orange add texture and depth to each work, with ferns, flat stones, and other organic matter framing the temporary constructions.

Artist and educator Jill Bliss lives on a small island in the Salish Sea, an intricate network of coastal waterways that stretches from British Columbia to the Pacific Northwest. It’s here amongst a vast array of biodiversity that she creates artworks that span illustration, photography, and the temporary arrangement of local plants and mushrooms.

Jill has spent the last few years wandering a small island in the San Juan archipelago foraging for mushrooms. She plucks a few specimens from the ground and arranges them cap side down in compositions that showcase the diversity of each species.

Layers of thick, fleshy gills in lavender, taupe, and bright orange add texture and depth to each work, with ferns, flat stones, and other organic matter framing the temporary constructions.

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