"The varied, pastel shades of Planthoppers make them an optimal medium for a piece that weighs a thoroughly predictable form against radically divergent markings and hues.
While Planthoppers are considered one of the more aesthetically pleasing of the pests known as “true bugs”, they are nonetheless vectors of serious plant diseases. Though named for the explosive hops that carry them far from predators, they usually move very slowly on their host plant in order to avoid detection." - Christopher Marley, artist
20" x 24"