Fulgens Prism ~ by Christopher Marley; 20 x 24".   Rather than using standard entomology mountings, Marley interprets an artistic presentation of brilliantly-colored beetle species found around the world to emphasize their natural beauty.                                                                                                                                    


I’ve also made these!

I find this smooth, organic “bullet” shape to house the moss specimens beautifully; the curved shape magnifies the moss fronds, and lets you see them much more clearly from all angles.

I’m either going to make these into a separate listing, or add them as an option to the pre-existent listings. Probably the former.


Little lichen specimen earrings!

I had these in my shop some time back, when I first started, but have only recently decided to bring them back, with improved molds and stainless steel earring wire.

I love these little guys; I have always been in the habit of picking up and pocketing fallen sections of licheny bark, and this is my opportunity to do something with them. The doming clear resin slightly magnifies the texture, enabling you to clearly see, for instance, that apothecia in the specimen in the first picture.


Jacob George Strutt, Sylva Britannica, or; Portraits of Forest Trees, distinguished for their Antiquity, Magnitude & Beauty: drawn from Nature [Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green], London, c. 1830.