This Ladybug color wheel shows twelve chroma cousins in full rainbow intensity at an Ikebana class listening to a yellow petal professor.
Ladybugs mix and match spots with spring flowers. They finally settle on fashionable, classic black spots for the summer season.
Ladybug spots change colors with rhythmic, chromatic autumn concert.
The color competition with the leaves is intense.
The merry beetle chroma cousin chorus sings color carols wearing decorative hues. Warm and cool, bright and neutral, and light and dark, all performing in perfect harmony. The soloist sings, “Ladybug sings the blues.”
The last Ladybug I saw was a male, stomping around looking for some action.
He was a bad-boy-beetle, tracking paint all over my studio, sporting seven spots for good luck. He was a big, spotted lug and I called him “Bady Lug.” It was the only time I ever saw a bug wearing cowboy beetle boots bellowing like a bison.
Thanks for visiting me.
I’m not content with what I know,
only with what I can find out.
Ladybug color wheel with yellow flower 18×18″ $1000.
Holiday color wheel 12×12″ $800.
Ladybug bones in autumn 32×22″ $1850.