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BEES KNEES art exhibition in St. Louis

ATTN: ST. LOUIS HONEYLOVERS <3!!!

July 19th Alexi Era Gallery is throwing a BEES KNEES art exhibition at their gallery where 100% of the proceeds go to HoneyLove!! Beautiful honey bee inspired postcards, honey tasting, wine and food! There will also be 10 larger art pieces posted online for the rest of us to bid on!

Check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/events/710777705630253/

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Bees—Nature’s 3D Printer

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KICKSTARTER: “The End of Food As We Know It”

Contemporary fusion musician creating a Video Album to wake people up.
Volume I: bees

CLICK HERE TO HELP FUND THIS PROJECT!

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Happy Monday HoneyLovers!

[via randyotter3000 aka Aaron Jay]

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ART: Hood Canal by The Honeycomb Hideout 
Encaustic Painting 48×48 

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PHOTO: Bees Knees

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ARTICLE: A Sculptor Creates a Stop on the Bee Train
By ELAINE LOUIE – The New York Times 

“Christopher Russell, 52, a Manhattan sculptor, is one of 10 artists commissioned by the M.T.A. Arts for Transit and Urban Design program in its latest project to enhance New York subway stations. Almost all of the new works (seven are scheduled for unveiling today along the D line in Brooklyn) are laminated glass windscreens that edge subway platforms above ground…

Mr. Russell was entrusted with designing bronze gates, 7 feet high and 6 feet wide, at the Ninth Avenue Station in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn. The gates depict honeybees crawling on hives, and the posts of adjacent fences will have honeybees resting on 17 finials shaped like flower heads…

I’ve worked in ceramics for 20 years, and primarily with birds, sea life and bees for the last five years. I became interested in the incredible complexity of hives, the detail of the work bees do and the exactness. I took it upon myself to recreate these hives in ceramic, and that became a three- or four-year project…

I think people understand that bees are a valuable presence in this world, that they symbolize a kind of bucolic peacefulness and simplicity. Bees go about their business. They’re actually very docile when they’re swarming.”

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“honeybee reading about city life” drawing for HoneyLove by marc johns

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BURNOUT BABYDOLL: QUEEN BEE – by TooFast

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ART: The Hive  by Justin Kamerer (angryblue.com)
18×24, 3 colored screen print (2 teastain/worn colors and then a reddish blackline on top) 

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