Worked on the frame that both the front and back are transparent glass. 
Cithaerias aurorina  
It is the same kind of butterfly used in the work 'innocence of chidhood'. 
This butterfly is a male butterfly. This kind of female butterfly has light brown color wings,
and  the male butterfly has reddish wings like rosy cheeks.







My own graph
I found a pie graph in my daily life.
Study botany-Seed diversity
walking butterflies
sometimes, I imagine normal things acting totally different way from a stereotype. This image is one of that kind of my imagination. Even though people think that butterfly only flies, they love to walk with wings whenever people don't see them.
Eyeglasses studies
It was my goal to make sculptures only with things on my desk. After experimenting with a few kinds of stuff on my desk, I opted for eyeglasses to deepen this study. Since the items were used by me, I had to fix and arrange them without glue. Therefore I chose to put things on the flat surface or bind them with a bit of material on the desk.
walking butterfly
sometimes, I imagine normal things acting totally different way from a stereotype. This image is one of that kind of my imagination. Even though people think that butterfly only flies, they love to walk with wings whenever people don't see them.
Study Botany-Alstroemeria
'Study Botany' project is the way how Pionara study plants visually. These photos show research on patterned species 'Alstroemeria'
Miaou!
These are butterfly-artworks made of real butterfly specimens, interpreting and shaping the message given by butterfly through its shape and pattern.
Blue silkscreen
These are flat cards made with silk screen to express beautiful blue which is not expressed by offset printing. Also known as Yves Klein's Blue, it is blue with a color that is close to the color between Ultra Marine and Royal Blue.
S/S accessory décalcomanie for 'Dazed'
Study Botany-Tinny honey
'Study Botany' project is the way how Pionara study plants visually. These photos show research on patterned species Phalaenopsis 'Tinny honey'.
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