Incredible Insects – Eden Project Exhibition

Incredible Insects: Found in the depths of Cornwall

These detailed prints and etchings were created to inspire an interest in the native insects of Cornwall, providing an insight into their unique and mesmerising features only visible up close.

The framed drawings were exhibited inside the gallery space, and the etchings on local slate were positioned outside as interactive artworks for viewers to make pencil rubbings from to take away with them.

This series of work was exhibited at The Eden Project in the Core Building, Mezzanine, as part of “Hevva Hevva” exhibition – 2012

Ink Drawings on Cotton Rag Paper
Etchings on Slate

  • Buff-Tailed Bumblebee
  • Common Carpet Moth
  • Common Green Grasshopper
  • Emperor Dragonfly
  • Hawthorn Shieldbug
  • Crab Spider

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Ink Insect Drawings

Buff-tailed bumblebee – Etching on slate

Slate Insect Etchings (Photography: Bryony Stokes)

Interactive outdoor installation of Slate Insect Etchings (Photography: Bryony Stokes)

Common Carpet Moth - Etching on Slate (Photography: Bryony Stokes)