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Desert Rose

by Hazel Ang

Spiders are resourceful creative survival artists. It’s no wonder they have come to symbolise feminine energy across many cultures. Here we see one, named Desert Rose as she carries the hornet Queen across an arid landscape.

Colored pencil on cradled beechwood, sealed with cold wax.
8″w x 8″h x 1″d (20w x 20h x 3d cm)

size: 8"(h) x 8"(w) x 1"(d)
medium: artist quality coloured pencil on wood, protective wax finish
color: warm palette, pinks, terracotta, orange, yellow

$500 $500

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Hazel Ang draws inspiration from the (super)natural world and folklore. Her work is an amalgamation of a wide range of cultural, literary, and spiritual inferences sparked by her Chinese-Filipino heritage. She grew up in the Canadian city of Toronto. Her current process involves creating works with colour pencil on wood. She also enjoys working with gouache and oil. Her favourite substrate is wood. She is based in Munich, Germany where she is surrounded by nature and fantastical beasts.