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. ArtistEmily Colosimo Platinum Member CollectionFLOWERS
Description Before the Darwin revolution a phenomenon began that lives today - The Carnivorous Plants. One of them is known as Venus; a flytrap that eats insects and animals. This digital abstract is designed to lure its victims (flies, butterflies, rats and mice) into the danger zone by means of optical, tactile, and olfactory methods until they succumb to traps and face their doom. Rather than using insects for pollination they digest them for the nutrients in order to survive extreme land and water conditions. A mosquito can be digested within 24 hours, small animals within 48. There are about 630 known carnivorous plant species in various parts of the world. Known as the 'flowers of evil' one can grow and buy them. They make excellent security guards for those who worry about home invaders. But be sure to collect them at your own risk.
Emily Colosimo, Toronto Member Since July 2012 Artist Statement Emily grew up in a Canadian Italian Family where her mother was a talented seamstress/pattern designer and her father's hobby was redesigning cars. Her dad once envisioned an alternative fuel vehicle over 40 years ago. All of her siblings inherited much of their talents. Her first artwork was a lighthouse drawn when she was 4 years old. From that point on she was destined to become an architect. Sketching, painting and currently digital artwork has become her passive leisure. From Landscape Architect to Advertising Art Director Emily uses her artistic tools to envision her ideas.