Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistStephen Walton Platinum Member CollectionNature
Description The Red Admiral Butterfly (Vanessa atalanta) seen feeding on Buddleia globossa flower. The fact that it is a frequent visitor to gardens, along with its bright colors and distinctive markings, makes the Red Admiral one of Europes most familiar butterflies. Its jet-black upperwings are marked with bands of red and white spots , with a single blue spot at the base of each hindwing. The underside of the forewing has a similar pattern and coloring, along with a pinkish red patch. However, when resting, this is often concealed by the more cryptic undersurface of the hindwing, which is marbled smoky brown, bluish, and black.This butterfly belongs to the family Nymphalidae.
Stephen Walton, Yorkshire, England. Member Since February 2007 Artist Statement Hello, and thank you for visiting Imagekind and my galleries. I am married with two children and live in Yorkshire, England. I have been taking photographs since the 1970's when I started using a Zenit EM 35mm camera. I discovered digital imaging in 2004 and I am now the proud owner of a Nikon D300. I particularly enjoy taking photographs of landscapes, butterflies and flowers and try to make my images as colorful as possible.
I Utilize Hi Dynamic Range and Tone Mapping to give an Artistic feel to my Photographs.
My Photography is Represented by Art Licensing International in Vermont, USA and Brevon Art Gallery in Doncaster, England.