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Poplar Kitten Moth
Poplar Kitten Moth
Poplar Kitten Moth

Maria Pavledis

Poplar Kitten Moth


Poplar Moth, an original smoke drawing, signed by the artist.  See video below to see Maria in action. The poplar kitten (Furcula bifida) is a species of moth in the family Notodontidae. The species was first described by Nikolaus Joseph Brahm in 1787. They are found throughout Europe - in Norfolk especially - as well as in North Africa, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Xinjiang.

Framed 87.5cm x 76cm

Original Smoked Drawing on Fabriano Paper

More about Maria Pavledis
Maria originally studied painting studied at Norwich School of Art and then continued to an MA in printmaking at Camberwell College of Art.

She works with the dream-like world of fairy tale and narrative, including its darker and uncanny elements.  Starting from a very strong commitment to drawing, she develops images using a mixture of traditional and non traditional methods, including etching which she uses to explore new ways of mark making and expression. Maria has exhibited widely, and is a member of London Organisation of Original Printmakers