‘What Remains Of Our Psychae’ is a Limited Edition Full Bleed Giclee silkscreen print by contemporary animal artist Louise McNaught.
‘What Remains Of Our Psychae’ is printed on Somerset velvet 330gsm paper.
Featuring the wings of the White Admiral Butterfly, the butterfly is a deep symbol of life cycles. Many cultures associate the butterfly with our souls. Around the world, people view the butterfly as representing endurance, transformation, hope, and love. They are a thing of beauty and yet so fragile. The body of the butterfly has disappeared into the ether – which is hinted at with the upward drips. This suggests the plight of the butterfly, finding it harder and harder to survive with loss of habitat due to man.
This print is from a limited edition of 75 and is signed and numbered by the artist.
This piece is also available as part of a set of 6 different butterfly wings.
Also available as a 60x60cm, with an edition of 50 for £250