This minimalist ring is fashioned solely from branches of grevillea, an Australian native commonly grown on the U.S. West Coast. "It's one of my favorite plants for wreaths," says Thompson. "I love how the narrow leaves are green on one side and silver on the other, which creates an ombre effect."

This minimalist ring is fashioned solely from branches of grevillea, an Australian native commonly grown on the U.

Asian style box from silky oak, rosewood and walnut.

This box is similar to one I posted earlier and is made from Silky Oak for the main panels, Rosewood for the legs/handles and the lid insert is Walnut burr. The grain in the Silky Oak reflects the light beautifully and is a pleasure to work.

Pink Grevillea Flowers

A couple of the talented glass artists I know have been making beads with Grevillea designs on them. This is a nice reminder to me, that I don't have to go far to find inspiration.

Grevillea Gabby Malpas watercolour C6 greeting card by GabbyMalpas, $4.00

Items similar to Grevillea: Gabby Malpas watercolour greeting card and envelope on Etsy

Margaret L Rohde ~ Grevillea lino cut

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Ronda Ross  Grevillea Bush Nectar Flowers, 2009

Grevillea Bush Nectar Flowers by Ronda Ross at Aboriginal Art Directory - Ronda Ross Australian Aboriginal Artist

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