Moth art is about life, death and everything in between. At times, T-Moths also make the two dimensional become three; their artworks are about satirical caterpillar-butterfly art; an eggplant point of view.
White moths, inanimate and alive, are relying in mis-information, because if it represents anything at all, like a moth is drawn to a flame, an image is drawn to the light.
Handwritten text has more overt emotional content, but less convenient in the internet.
Emmelina knows the answer.
Just as science strives for poetic elegance, artists might assume a quest for truth. All information is grounds for knowledge, whether empirical or aphoristic, no matter its truth-value. We should embrace the scientific-poetic synthesis and informed naivety of a magical realism. Error breeds sense.
Emmelina said the amounts of good art ideas used were safe and effective.
Strange nature artworks promise edge, but art critics say proof is scant.