March of the Pollinators
“March of the Pollinators” highlights pollinating animals and dispels misconceptions about them. The subjects range from the bat which some people may not know pollinate in other parts of the country, to the ultimate pollinator symbol the bee, to the wasp which is often feared and hated. The use of gold presents the elegance of each animal in its own way, as well as the value it adds to keep habitats thriving and productive. A beautiful harmony that can be seen in one's own backyard, we can help by planting native, diverse flora and letting lawns grow. Ink on paper, polymer clay, frame 9"x7"x2"