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This piece is currently in the Toowoomba Art Society spring exhibition

At the drop of the sun, soft gossamer wings beat, silver threads of sound, ghosts upon the light.
In the Evening song, the lush verdue of night, I espied these velvet wings, smudges of kaleidoscopic delight.
With a whisper of breath, a shadow briefly doth pass, sudden puffs of cellular dust, we must part by morn so bright.

I had an uncle who was an Entomologist. I was always fascinated by his specimen table, like a coffee table, but filled with an array of spectacular insects, butterflies, and moths. All under glass, just out of reach, but delightful to my child self! I wanted to capture the subtle beauty of the moth.
You won’t find this one in any field guide however, it is purely pulled from my imagination.

On velvet wing through evergreen night

Sarah Walker

AUD$690
Size: 46w x 61h x 3.5d cms
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This piece is currently in the Toowoomba Art Society spring exhibition

At the drop of the sun, soft gossamer wings beat, silver threads of sound, ghosts upon the light.
In the Evening song, the lush verdue of night, I espied these velvet wings, smudges of kaleidoscopic delight.
With a whisper of breath, a shadow briefly doth pass, sudden puffs of cellular dust, we must part by morn so bright.

I had an uncle who was an Entomologist. I was always fascinated by his specimen table, like a coffee table, but filled with an array of spectacular insects, butterflies, and moths. All under glass, just out of reach, but delightful to my child self! I wanted to capture the subtle beauty of the moth.
You won’t find this one in any field guide however, it is purely pulled from my imagination.