"Unfold" Garden Tiger Moth Art Print

Transform your space with this vibrant moth art print. This artwork features a garden tiger moth (arctia caja) with a gold leaf halo against a backdrop of vivid blue delphinium flowers. Printed on velvety fine art paper, this beautiful giclée art print preserves the exquisite details of the original painting while adding rich, subtle texture. Pair this square print with other jewel-toned  moth art or nature art to create a mystical gallery wall or elevate a special room with this symbol of transformation on its own. 

Symbolism: Moths remind us to trust our transformational process and seek the light in dark places, opening our eyes to the beauty and freedom on the other side of change.

*The original painting was commissioned by the City of Olympia. Click to watch a video interview about the artwork and the artist.

Artist: Aimee Schreiber. View all her art collections and follow her @aimeeschreiber

Details: This borderless fine art reproduction is printed with archival inks on premium Hahnemühle fine art paper. This museum-quality paper has a gorgeous, velvety texture and sturdy weight. The print extends all the way to the edge of the paper, with no white border.

Framed and unframed options are available. The framed options come ready to hang in an elegant, beaded gold wood frame. Frame is 1.25 inch wide and comes with reflection-control acrylic glass.

Need custom decorating suggestions? Email me with a photo of your space if you would like additional frame, size, or pairing recommendations for your specific room. 

Love moths? Me too! Find more original moth paintings here or browse the rest of my insect prints here

Please note: The gold halo is an image reproduction of gold leaf and is not metallic when printed. Colors vary from screen to screen and are represented as accurately as possible. Please allow up to 2 weeks for your artwork to be printed and shipped to you. Most unframed prints ship rolled in a tube. You can place your print directly in a frame with or without a mat or flatten it first. To flatten, unroll and place some flat, heavy objects (books) on the ends or middle of your print and let it sit overnight.