Tag: honey bee

  • Bee Family Portrait on Vintage Photo


    You know what is cooler than owning a bee hive? A bee family portrait!
    Actually I would keep bees if it were legal in my city – but it’s not so I paint them and plant all the bee friendly flowers in my garden that I can. I like the little larvae in the middle. That’s what a baby bee looks like ya know and then she grows up (they are all females) and becomes a worker. Unless they are planning to retire their queen, then they secretly feed the larvae royal jelly and ummm when she hatches…surprise Queen, you’re fired.

    Anyway this would be a groovy gift for your favorite bee lover or yourself because you need cool things too. There, I totally just justified it for you – now buy this piece and give it a good home!

  • Makin’ Blue Eyed Babies in the Honey Bee Bowl Gouache Original Painting, 2015

    She has baby heads. She has a stock pile of blue eyes and now she’s gonna be makin’ some blue eyed babies. Even though it is raining. Her honey bee bowl holds plenty.

    I believe every artwork tells a story and Here is the story behind this piece.
    I am endlessly fascinated by blue eyes.

    Size: 7 H x 5 W x 0.3 in

    gouache, ink and charcoal on image mounted on thick mat board.

    Contact me if you’d like to own this piece. DSCN0693

  • Solution for the Honey Bee Dying Off

    Clearly the answer to keeping the honey bees alive is to fit them with tiny diving helmets and put them underwater.
    Do I have to think of everything???? 😀

    Size : 3-inches by 5-inches
    Ink, watercolor on canvas panel