The Visionary Garden Print Set
Commemorative Print Set for Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs 55
In 1967, a landmark symposium entitled Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs was held in San Francisco, California. It was the first international, interdisciplinary group of specialists – from ethnobotanists to neuroscientists – who gathered in one place to share their findings on the use of psychoactive plants in indigenous societies. Follow-up meetings were intended to be held every ten years, but the War on Drugs intervened. The findings of the convention were printed in a book entitled with the same name as the gathering.
On the 50th anniversary during the month of June 2017 an international group of specialists gathered again to share their perspectives on past, present, and future research in ethnopharmacology. The symposium was held at the spectacular Tyringham Hall in Britain.
In May 2022, on the 55th anniversary, scholars from around the world will gather again in England to share their findings.
Visionary Garden is a limited edition of ten portfolios published on the occasion of ESPD55. Each portfolio contains
twenty-four signed and numbered fine art prints of original botanical watercolors on acid-free, 330-gram, 100% cotton, hot press paper, using archival pigment-based inks. The portfolio is constructed of archival binder board, bound in smooth, black, linen-textured fabric. The lining is acid-free paper in bright white. The portfolios are 14 x 11in/ 35.5cm x 28cm. The prints are 13 x 9.5in / 33 x 24cm.
30% of the proceeds will benefit the McKenna Academy of Natural Philosophy.
Visionary Garden (click on link to see print)
Visionary Garden Print Set
Signed and Numbered Archival Print Set
(30% of proceeds go to the McKenna Academy
of Natural Philosophy)