Art as jellies

Last week I did a post on jellies as living art. Now it’s time to celebrate the ways jellies have influenced art. This series, painted on trash bags, by Kara Daving is fantastic. What a great way to transform something ugly into something beautiful.

spotted lagoon jelly

spotted lagoon jelly

Chrysaora jelly

Chrysaora jelly

Moon jellies

Moon jellies

Aglantha digitale

Aglantha digitale

Purple stripped jelly

Purple stripped jelly

Spotted lagoon jelly

Spotted lagoon jelly

portuguese man o' wars

portuguese man o’ wars

Crystal jelly (Aequorea sp.)

Crystal jelly (Aequorea sp.)

See more at: http://karadaving.com/section/241182_Painting.html



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