Eucalyptus and Monarchs
Eucalyptus globulus • Color linocut limited edition print • 30 by 24 inches framed • $330
Margo Bors: I have pursued a love of art and nature in San Francisco for four decades, from murals and painting to photography, with many shows, both group and solo. As a printmaker I have worked in several media, specializing in linocuts. I do the entire process myself from original drawings to carving plates and pulling prints.
The population of the Monarch butterfly has dropped at times by 90 percent in recent years. Due to the loss of native coastal habitat and trees, eucalyptus have become important resting areas for Monarchs during their long migrations.