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Lea Bradovich (1955)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on October 25, 2013


Beehive

Beehive

Queen Bee's Regalia

Queen Bee’s Regalia

Honey Child

Honey Child

Look Homeward Queen Bee

Look Homeward Queen Bee

Cardinal Direction Of The Hive

Cardinal Direction Of The Hive

Monarch Of The Meadow

Monarch Of The Meadow

Monarch's Crown Jewels

Monarch’s Crown Jewels

title unknown

title unknown

Thoughts Take Wing

Thoughts Take Wing

Manorbee

Manorbee

Swallowtail

Swallowtail

Queen Bee

Queen Bee

Monarch In Queen Bee's Court

Monarch In Queen Bee’s Court

Motheye Masquerade

Motheye Masquerade

Via Lepidoptera

Via Lepidoptera

Princess Bee

Princess Bee

title unknown

title unknown

Daughter Of The Hive

Daughter Of The Hive

Homage To The Common Bird

Homage To The Common Bird

title unknown

title unknown

Moth Girl

Moth Girl

Queen Bee Come Hither

Queen Bee Come Hither

Metamorphosis Dress

Metamorphosis Dress

title unknown

title unknown

Mothology

Mothology

Beija Flor

Beija Flor

The Eyes Of Miss Mothette

The Eyes Of Miss Mothette

On Hummingbird Wings

On Hummingbird Wings

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One Response to “Lea Bradovich (1955)”

  1. Bruce said

    OK, your best guess as to what the doubled-eye imagery represents, please. I don’t think it’s directly moth-related as their eyes look like this: https://farm2.static.flickr.com/1159/1404072464_7b4f5d32ae.jpg

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