Enter a beautiful world of wings with the newest temporary exhibit, Winged Tapestries: Moths at Large. The exhibit showcases over 40 large-format prints of various species of moths. Each print originated from a photograph of a moth specimen, taken by Ottowa photographer Jim des Rivières. Enlarged at a high resolution, each print allows visitors to view all the delicate details of a moth in a way rarely seen before.
In addition to the prints, the exhibit also has a display of moth specimens dedicated to the species that are native to Oklahoma. Approximately 29 of the moth species featured in the exhibit are native to Oklahoma, and at least 14 of the 29 species are local to Norman. View the moths of Oklahoma.
Winged Tapestries: Moths at Large, featuring the art of Jim des Rivières, is produced by the Canadian Museum of Nature.