Pollinators do the heavy lifting in the summer garden by making sure pollen makes it from flower to flower, producing the abundance of juicy, ripe tomatoes and the happily burdensome glut of summer squash.
This newest 12 x 12" print was inspired by National Pollinator Week, June 19-25, 2017, and is for the bee lover and bee-leaver alike. You won't get honey from this bee, but you also won't get stung, so I feel like that's a pretty fair trade.
Originally drawn with fine line Sharpies, the print is every bit as vibrant as the original.
$4 of each print will be donated to HAWK Matthews, a local organization dear to my heart that works tirelessly to advocate and educate the public on environmental issues.
limited edition run of 50 and comes signed, dated, and numbered. A smaller (8 x 8") version will be available as part of the limited edition 2018 calendar.
Printed on archival paper with archival inks guaranteed to last 98 years under regular glass.
Ships flat in reused cardboard.