'Death's Head Hawkmoth Life Cycle' is a scientific illustration by artist Jenny Haslimeier, showcasing the life of these large nocturnal moths.
The illustration shows the development of the Death's Head Hawkmoth from egg through to moth. The moth is easily distinguishable by the vague skull-shaped pattern on the thorax.
This original piece of art has been drawn on hand-torn cotton rag paper and would look beautiful float framed to emphasis the unique shape and raw edges of the paper.
Dimensions: 300mm (dia)
Medium: Coloured pencil
Jenny Haslimeier is an award-winning botanical artist, illustrator and book designer.
Jenny began drawing at a young age, focusing on plants and wildlife an area she would return to later in life. Her early career was spent establishing herself as a graphic designer, later specialising in book design, while illustrating remained a hobby.
In 2014 Jenny enrolled in Botanical Illustration course at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh to further her illustration skills. Little did she know that in doing so, her career would shift direction and she would focus on becoming botanical and natural history illustrator. Jenny graduated from the course in 2016 with distinction and has gone on to win several awards and recommendations for her botanical works.
A keen traveller, Jenny splits her time between New Zealand and Scotland, using her travels as a source of inspiration.
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