Mounted on 11"x14" white mat in black aluminum frame measuring 12.5"x15.5"
The relatively common Sasuma from Northern Thailand is our most popular giant katydid. The body length can be well over 5½”, but adding on the long antennae and legs will make the overall presentation closer to 9″. As with the Corporalis, signs of “decay damage” on the wings add to their leaf-life appearance.
All of the organisms used by Christopher in his artwork were thoughtfully, responsibly and viably harvested with regards to preservation of species and respect of life.
Each of Christopher Marley's framed pieces is created with careful attention to the flow of negative space, complimentary coloration, and the meticulous preparation and selection of each specimen. Colors are natural and are protected from fading by UV glass. Do not expose any of Christopher's pieces to high humidity or direct sunlight.