As an entomologist, INSECTA was my first series of paintings.  Each image is available within a Limited Edition Printing of 100 and each series remains open to date. 


Order Lepidoptera, the insect order containing butterflies and moths, has close to 175,000 species within 127 different families.  Both moths and butterflies are recognized for their wing structures and wide variety of colorations and patterns.  Moths are distinguished from butterflies in that their antennae are usually wire-like or feathery and most are nocturnal.  Butterflies have club shaped antennae and are diurnal.  Both are known for their larval stage of metamorphosis where each species has a unique caterpillar-like stage followed by the formation of either a chrysalis or a silken cocoon.

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