glasshouse

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Greenhouse Illustration

available as Fine Art Giclée Print in my etsy shop:

https://www.etsy.com/de/listing/510157907/fine-art-gewachshaus-limitierter-din-a4?ref=shop_home_active_2

printed with archival pigment ink (UltraChrome HD Ink) on slightly textured 290g genuine watercolor art-paper (Hahnemühle Bamboo fine art Paper).

just wanted to wish you guys a merry christmas :)

this year has been quite a battle, yet the new year is just around the corner so we should try our best to make the next year a better one where we fight for what is right and spread love as much as we can.

we live in a world that is full of beauty and we should protect its beauty no matter what. may the next year bring us closer together, instead of apart because people can do the most magnificent things when working as a community.
build bridges instead of walls. help those in need. spread love instead of pain and be kind to every living being.

flickr

Palm House by Tony
Via Flickr:
The Palm house was built in 1896, built with money from Liverpool’s millionaire Henry Yates Thompson (the great nephew of the founder of Princes Park). During the Liverpool Blitz of May 1941 a bomb fell nearby and shattered the glass. It was reglazed in 1950, A period of decline and deterioration culminated in its closure in the 1980s on grounds of safety. The Palm House was partially repaired and reopened in 1993. The Palm house was reopened in September 2001. It is now both a popular visitor attraction offering free and paid-for public entertainment and is venue for hire.