Oleander Moth Study

5 x 7
Watercolor on Yupo

Archival matted, framed in a black modern wooden frame behind glass, wired and ready to hang.

The oleander moth is a strange and beautiful creature.
She masks herself as a wasp and not only sustains herself but thrives on a plant that poisons others. Most moths are nocturnal, but this little beauty is diurnal, meaning she flies during the sunny hours.
She is a symbol for looking beyond. There is always more than meets the eye. A creature of necessity, cunning, and transformative beauty. What surrounds you which you think is harmful could actually be a boon in disguise. Take what you are given and make it your own. Transform fear into something beautiful and take your power back.
Fly in the light.

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