Christopher Marley did not always have the love for insects he now possesses. Forced to confront his fears as he traveled the globe, he developed a great appreciation and respect for his specimens. The experience of actually handling the...The artist's collection
Part spring, part autumn, the tiny Nymphalidae that comprise this piece are male and female of the same species. As is so often the case with butterflies, the males dazzle with patches of metallic blue, while the females are less vibrantly adorned in earthtones punctuated by elegant eyespots. The pairing results in a piece that is at once intricate and pastoral.
Framed Size: 16" x 20"