Painted in soft neutral tones of yellow and green, this watercolor painting details the intricate beauty of the Cicada. "Cicada” are part of the superfamily Cicadoidea in the order Hemiptera insects. Cicadas live in trees in temperate to tropical climates around the world. Annual Cicadas emerge from their underground larval state yearly while Periodic Cicadas emerge only after spending 13-17 years underground in their larval state. This watercolor painting captures the mysterious grace of this magnificent creature, its intimate wing-pattern and proves to be a minimalistic and mysterious scientific study.

My Insect Aesthetic collection seeks to draw our attention to the beauty of common insects, both in their visual aesthetic as well as their value within our ecosystem. There is so much beauty even in the things we naturally shy away from.

5x7 Unframed.

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Category: Original

Other Pieces in this Collection

Luna Moth
Bumble Bee
House Fly