Caroline Camden Lewis. Honshū. Acrylic on canvas. 20″ x 24″ (5 panels of 8″ x 24″). (2015). $ 1075
Hidden in the heart of Japan lies a conifer forest called Honshū forest. Pine trees speckle this land which is composed of 4,400 square miles of mountains on the largest island of Japan, Honshū, which means “Main Island” or “Main Province.” It is home to plants like the Maries’ Fir and the Jezo Spruce and animals like the sika deer, Asian black bear and the golden eagle.