Arthropodia by Claire Rosen

Claire Rosen says her series ‘Arthropodia’ is a “continued exploration of the cycle of inspiration as well as the tension between nature and mankind.” In the series, “preserved insects and butterflies are placed against correlating William Morris wallpaper from the Victoria and Albert Collection creating visual blending and optical illusion.”

Claire is an award winning artist whose transportive imagery uses universal themes of dreams, fairy tales and mythology to visually symbolize the many facets of the human condition. She has been exhibited from New York to Los Angeles and London to Bangkok and her work can be found in a number of public and private collections.

Hi Claire, We can see from your images you have a keen eye for colour and patterns, particularly pre-raphaelite, what is it about this period that interest you?

Hi Claire, We can see from your images you have a keen eye for colour and patterns, particularly pre-raphaelite, what is it about this period that interest you?

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