Part of my Time series for the Hokin Gallery show - Not on Paper.
Each piece represents a different animal that has a unique relationship with time, memory and mortality.
Moths have always held my fascination. Beginning to flutter around just as the sun starts to set and watching them late into the night around a campfire. They were one of the first animals I learned that have different stages of their lives. They weren't always moths and didn't always fly into my hair and face.
Charcoal Drawing with Oil glazing, approx diameter of 5"
And Yes! the clocks do work! :)