Circling the Moon
Created by Andrea Pro
During a year of two major eclipses, the moon became a source of fascination to the artist. She was inspired to imagine the precious blackburn's sphinx moths flying in the interplay of soft moonlight, patches of clear sky, and the sculptural beauty of clouds. The moth, native to Hawaii, has a wingspan up to 5 inches wide and is the first insect in the state to be protected as an endangered species. Multiple Block woodcut print on Rives archival paper. Ships in a tube.