The parliament House of Malta. It was said that when the parliament House was inaugurated the Labour whip Godfrey Farrugia and his wife Marlene carried flowering plants. Dr Farrugia referred to Oliver Friggieri’s novel Fil Parlament ma jikbrux fljuri and said he believed flowers do grow in Parliament and they should be cared for. He said the plant would sit in his office. This information was taken from the Maltese history and heritage website.
A lover of printmaking and it's many various processes from type printing on a Gordon styled plate printing press (1880) to traditional darkroom photographic prints. I dabble. I spent my youth traveling around the world in the place of standardised education. A naturalist at heart. Currently dabbling in fMRI imaging and other forms of biological visualisation and data. I see beauty in many things, from the simplicity of an equation to the complexity of geopolitics. There is an art to them all.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.