"Scarab Beetle" Framed Acrylic Painting 8x8

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Elevate your walls with this vibrant scarab beetle painting that beckons you toward your own metamorphosis. The intricate beetle, copper halo, and graceful blossoms swirl against a glorious blue, creating a balanced composition that explores the hope and mystery of transformation and rebirth. It would look lovely in an eclectic gallery wall grouping or gracing a special wall on its own. The beautiful medicine of insect art and symbolism turns any corner into a sacred space.

Symbology: As a symbol of immortality, resurrection, and transformation, the scarab beetle is one of the most important icons in ancient Egyptian mythology. The copper halo and flowers in this piece are a nod to the scarab’s association with the sun and the idea of rebirth and eternity.

Click to read more about the inspiration and poetry behind this collection of insects and blooms.

Details: Original acrylic painting of a scarab beetle on 8 x 8 x 7/8 inch diamond-shaped canvas + wood floater frame in antique gold 9.5 x 9.5 inches.

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Please note: Colors vary from screen to screen and are represented as accurately as possible. The metallic and iridescent paints and glossy, protective varnish create interesting, shimmering effects depending on the angle of the viewer.

*This piece is currently on display at Locust Cider for Olympia Arts Month. Stop by sometime in October to view it in person! If you'd like to purchase it, I'll deliver it at the end of the month.  

A portion of sales will be donated to Seattle-based organization Creative Justice, whose mission is to build "community with youth most impacted by the school-to-prison-(to-deportation) pipeline. Participants and mentor artists work together to examine the root causes of incarceration, like systemic racism and other forms of oppression, creating art that articulates the power and potential of our communities... while building healing-centered spaces that strengthen the protective factors that help us all to thrive."