Kathleen Browne / Hart-Variations / Alexandra Louise
Well, this certainly doesn't help my butterfly phobia.
In the Sensum/Sensorium series, "photographic images of the human sensory organs such as eyes, ears, and hands" are "fashioned into butterflies, moths and beetles that are to read as scientific specimens, which present themselves for close examination." To see and read more, visit Kathleen Browne, head of the jewelry department at Ohio's Kent State University.
Real butterfly wings from California's Hart-Variations (Katie J. Evans).
Chrysalis pendant from the UK's Alexandra Louise.