Artwork by Estonian-born New York artist Kristiana Parn exclusively for Mammaste. Interdependence was inspired by a drawing from the notebook of Charles Darwin (July 1837) showing his first sketch of an evolutionary tree of life accompanied by his words, I THINK. The Rowan tree with whimsical animals beautifully depicts the interdependence of life. Giclee print on 100% rag, acid free paper using archival inks. 9x12 inch image on 13x16 inch paper. Ready for framing.
About the Artist: Kristiana Parn is an Estonian born artist living and working in New York City. At the age of seventeen she launched her art career, studying with Estonian painter Marje Berlokko. Shortly after graduation, Kristiana moved to New York City to study animation at The School of Visual Arts. Since 2005, she has focused exclusively on illustration work, starting out as a textile designer for various Manhattan studios. In 2006, Kristiana established her own studio in Brooklyn. Her work has been shown throughout the United States and abroad. Find out more about her by visiting wwwkristianaparn.com.