Charming! 'Water Dance' by English artist Molly Brett (1902-1990) ~*~ 'Molly (Mary Elizabeth) Brett grew up in Surrey, Great Britain, surrounded by animals and nature. Her mother, Mary Gould Brett, was a respected animal painter who encouraged her daughter to paint from life, and this is reflected in Molly's gift for making her animals look thoroughly naturalistic while giving them human characteristics and activities.'
Hickory Horned Devil. The caterpillars molt 5 times. Each instant is different, but on their sixth & final instant they become a bright green color, w/ huge, black-tipped red horns, earning them their common name 'hickory horned devils' - they can grow up to 5.9 in long
'When I Grow Up' by Anna Masters. Transformed by beautiful peacock feathers, this design evokes a sense of hope and ambition for the future. The un-hatched egg has the potential to hatch into a peacock, symbolic of immortality and the ability to thrive in the face of suffering.