Collection of Wings
Wings of Moonlight: On the back of the painting is a card attached revealing the inspiration Wyndon Thomas Cantre had behind the painting: "In making this piece, I imagined a butterfly with the colors of the moon phases. Red and orange to represent the sunset. White blue and yellow shades to signify the moon, whether it be full moon, blue moon, red eclipse, or new moon. All in all forming 'Wings of Moonlight.'"
Wings of Petal: The inspiration behind this painting includes: "From the beauty of hydrangeas and hibiscus flower petals, I imagined a butterfly with florescent colors of pink, purple, and lines of orange. While also having yellow spots representing the nectar and pollen of most flowers."
Wings of Sea Mantis: The summer and aquatic inspiration Cantre had for this painting was: "I've always been fascinated with the oceans of our world and the beauty of butterflies. One of the sea animals that mesmerized me was the mantis shrimp. What stood out to me the most was the shrimp's exotic green, red, and bluish colors. Therefore, I combined o fused the butterfly and colors of the mantis shrimp in which came out as the 'Wings of Sea Mantis.'"
Wings of Harvest: The last piece of art in this collection is inspired by autumn: "Being inspired by the warm colors of fall and autumn, I decided to combine the red maple or orange aspen leaf with the wings of a butterfly through this painting. While also adding dark greens to represent the withering of most leaves. But I also included brown spots to represent the seeds of harvest. As for the body, I envisioned green caramel apple and a green and orange candy stick. And finally, I painted the antennae as a pair of wheat or rice."
Dimensions for each piece is 12" by 12".