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Pollinators Painting by Dori Settles

Bees the Great Pollinators


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Part of the Before We’re Gone 2018 Series.

Bees have been in the news because their populations are declining. Habitat for bees includes both the territory, as well as the types of plants and flowers that are in their territory. Natural influences such as disease and mites have taken their toll, but human influence is starving bees to death. Single crop farms of wheat and corn starve bees of pollen, as does the use of herbicides. Pesticides also harm bees.

Did you know?

Globally, about 75% of all food crops rely on pollinators such as bees.



Painted using vitreous enamels. Each layer is fired in the kiln prior to the painting of the next layer. Sitting on top of the painted coneflowers are lampwork glass beads created on a torch.

FRAMED SIZE: 13.25 x 13.25 x 2 inches

Permanently mounted to a professional birch and pine cradle board and wired for easy hanging, and framed in a beautiful white tray frame, which is deep enough to allow the painting to sit on a shelf or table top.