Artwork title: “Bogmaw and Ta’me Hunter”⁠

Medium: Pen and colored pencil on paper

Dimensions: 13 x 11


Each artwork is accompanied by its own narrative  //  "Able to swallow smaller craft in a single gulp, these enormous flesh-eating plants are related to the corpse flower and the Venus flytrap. They attach to the mangrove’s sandy bottom, mimic surface plants, and lie in wait beneath still waters. The Ta’me tribe rely on these plants as food, but hunting parties of ten or more are required to bring down a mature bogmaw. "


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"Bogmaw and Ta’me Hunter" Original piece by Jorie Jenkins