EverGulf

EverGulf is a mixed media piece created to show the sympatico between the Florida Everglades and the Gulf of Mexico. Two Eco systems separate but depending on one another. Life in the Everglades includes many species of butterflies. The Monarch, Tiger swallowtail, the zebra butterfly and highly endangered Miami Blue (the rarest insect in North America). The moths are circopia and on occasion the Luna Moth. Also included is the highly sought after Ghost Orchid. These babies glow in the dark. The pecky cypress log represents the water filtration system of the swamps and grasslands in the Everglades. Filtering down to the largest barrier reef system in North America are the Florida Keys. The reef fish included here are the pork fish, sargeant majors, night sargeant majors, wrasse, razor fish, and Queen Angels. A bit of fire coral for all you scuba divers to enjoy! Ouch! This piece serves as a small glass table and glows in the dark.
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