Selena Valenti Fine Art

Nurture

Oil and Acrylic on Panel

Fig trees are a keystone species in the world’s ecosystem and their fruit played a direct role in our ancestors’ rapid brain development. We are inextricably bonded to this complex ecological framework that fostered our evolution, as is all life on this planet. We even share genetic coding with the tiniest creatures amongst us, like the Barbigant’s pygmy seahorse. At 6 to 7 weeks during human fetal development, the embryological similarities we share with myriad other creatures are clearly visible. As our environment nurtured our ontogeny, now our dominion makes us beholden to this fragile web of life.

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