As spring blossoms enliven the air, pollinators and other insects begin to emerge. Just as trees begin to bud with life, so to does the air become thick with the traffic of insects. Butterflies and bees dance as a great hummingbird hovers for nectar. Spider clings to her web, observing the commotion from her dangling place beneath the branches.
Insect Spring is part of the Fragmented Collections, which explores ideas of object and meaning by fragmenting the visual piece. Insect Spring was selected of the 2015 Neoteric Show at the Hud Gallery in Ventura, California. It is 64 individually pieces 5 x 5 inch paintings and covers approximately four by six feet on the wall. Pieces are intended to be separated and rearranged.