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The Art Department

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This blog will be highlighting and showcasing Art and Artists who have used the subject of carnivores within the plant world.

Hope you will enjoy this journey through the world of Art. 

 

If you have a favourite carnivorous plant artist and would like them to be showcased within this blog, do please PM  me 

 

(I do have a BA hons in fine art and am a new Pitcher Plant keeper)

 

deflorare

ORIGIN late Middle English: from Old French desflourer,

from a variant of late Latin deflorare,

from de- (expressing removal) + Latin flos, flor- a flower.

 

Artist Statement 

this work consists of an expose of the soulless exploitation of the natural world

it manipulates the interface between the digital and the dead to 

effect the transition between life, death and eternity

 

Artist Web Site

www.charlie-mclenahan.com

Blog posted from Moray, UK View larger map
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