The insect and butterfly mosaics are trademark creations of Christopher Marley and, according to the artist, among the most enjoyable to execute. Each piece is an original, created with careful attention to the flow of negative space, complimentary coloration, and the meticulous preparation and selection of each specimen. The appendages of the beetles are tucked under the body so as not to detract in form or reaction from the striking display of nature’s brilliance. Colors are natural, and many are structural instead of pigmented. There’s no better way to celebrate the iridescence of insects in your home. “Macrocosm,” which measures 3 feet in diameter, is made up of more than 250 species of insects and beetles from 50 countries.