Nudibranch Study #735
A tiny opalescent nudibranch, about 1" long, exploring the barnacles and kelp forest in a tidepool near Haystack Rock, at Cannon Beach on the northern Oregon coast. The nudibranch's brightly colored tentacles are called cerata, and contain stinging cells that the nudibranch obtains from eating anemones.
Acrylic on cradled wood panel, 2018
12" x 12" x 1.5"
Original Painting Available from stockists (unframed)
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