African Flower Beetle, Urban Abstract

Evi Antonio

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Description

This artwork is a combination of digital painting and collage from my own specimen collection and found urban texture from my walks around East London.
Mecynorhina oberthuri is a flower beetle from Tanzania. This flower beetle was long thought to be the rarest species in its genus, however, Jean-Pierre Lequeux discovered that it is common in the forests of Tanzania.
This artwork is from a series of abstract, urban miniatures, combining my love for insects and uniting the beauty of urban abstract texture, into one.

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This is a one of a kind Giclée fine art print on a paper panel by Evi Antonio which is hand finished with acrylic glazes and comes ready to hang in a beautiful St Ives, wooden frame. Dimensions 18cm x 24cm.
Signed on the back.

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Evi Antonio

Saffron Walden, Essex

Butterflies symbolise rebirth and transformation. They have always featured heavily in my art, exploring themes of transformation and fragility in the forms of butterflies. I create small editions or one-of-a-kind pieces. I live life consciously, in appreciation for the smaller details of nature, striving to illuminate aspects of a subject that may go unnoticed. In a frenetic world, nature teaches us harmony and I am compelled to express this message through my art.