PICASSO (Selectively Bred, Natural)
The Picasso rosy was developed over an eleven year period starting in 2003. Michael Goldbarg's idea behind this project was to create a rosy boa that would express a beautiful new and outrageous color palette. The alteration of color and pattern variation was slowly accomplished through the combination of selectively breeding naturally occurring locales, and adding the introduction of a Natural morph gene (albinism). The Picasso rosy's striking color format consists of three straight lilac colored stripes bordered by two pastel yellow stripes. As the Picasso ages the lilac colors turns to light green. This rosy also has deep red eyes.