How do you come up with these amazing creatures? Totally unique and lovely.
I love your beautiful, fanciful insects...really unique and gorgeous!
These are the cutest creatures I've ever seen! You blow me away!
thank you all! I was inspired by my recent visit to the Harvard collection.
Love the Weevil's! May they fly away soon, before I have one for dinner!
WOW... They are just beautiful... such detail... Gorgeous!
Oh, these are awesome.
I love your work, Holly! I was recently at Chicago's Field Museum and they had the most wonderful watercolors of insects, drawn from their collection. The artist-in-residence, Peggy Macnamara, has been their artist for 20 years. What a fun job that would be.
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!!!!
I meant to add that when we dropped our son back to school at Cornell there was an amazing display of gigantic photos of weevils called "Fear no weevil" - it's here if you want to peek -http://mannlib.cornell.edu/news/slideshows/fear-no-weevilLove your work!Linda
Kelly: what an amazing job that would be!Linda: fear no weevil! that's hilarious. Will take a peek.Have a great day!
These are a truly beautiful set Holly. I do love an insect. I've been wanting to buy one of your works forever... so I think I'm just going to march right on over to your Etsy shop now and ensure the Snout Beetle makes it my way! Hooray!
Helen: My little weevil would be so happy to find a home with you!
Beautiful and so colorful! I love these.Carol
these are amazing holly. I especially love the green one.
Geniales, tienes una obra impresionante, muy creativa, original. :)Me encantan tanto la fauna como la flora.Un saludo:)
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