Amoeba

 Within each drop of water
 A million cells and endless variation
 Bright with colour,
 Rich bracelets of DNA
 Evolution


This image began as a rather exotic piece of jewellery (or ancient belt buckle) and transformed

into a strange multi-celled creature that one might see under a microscope. 
A water creature experimenting with its own adornments and delicate colours. 
An amoeba is usually single celled but this name seemed to fit. 
I am quite taken by the natural world and its patterns and shapes so this creation seems quite a delightful addition to it.  


Available as a high quality reproduction on Arches Aquarelle Rag. 

The original artwork is 565 x 760 mm and was painted by Artist Sharon Whitewood.

This print is Museum quality, and is made using Pigmented Inks onto Arches Aquarelle Rag. 
This genuine 100% rag, watercolour paper possesses the unique structure, surface texture and warm white tone that demanding artists expect from a traditional Fine Art paper.
This paper complies with the highest archival standards and is extremely age resistant.  
Arches Aquarelle Rag gives a unique and unrivalled character to the Fine Art reproduction of traditional artwork and photographs.

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