Fragile Creation III




Amur Leopard – Critically Endangered

Black Rhino – Critically Endangered

Cross River Gorilla – Critically Endangered

Leatherback Turtle – Critically Endangered

South China Tiger – Critically Endangered

Sumatran Elephant – Critically Endangered

Yangtze Finless Porpoise – Critically Endangered

…. the list goes on and on

They are still here, there is still life in them, but we are in danger of losing so much of our beautiful, diverse creation.

It’s our responsibility

(Resin, glow element)

Sea Lilies

Ursula Glienecke Sealilies

Sea lily (lat. Bourgueticrinida) is a sea animal that lives deep in the ocean. It belongs to the order of crinoids. Crinoidea comes from the Greek word krinon, “a lily”, and eidos, “form“. They are attached to the seabed by a slender stalk and are known as sea lilies.

While other groups of crinoids flourished during the Permian, bourgueticrinids along with other living orders did not appear until the Triassic, following a mass extinction event in which nearly all crinoids died out.

They are animals of a brittle beauty that is usually hidden from human eyes.

Methacrylate (50x30x20cm)