Drone #54 is 2×2″ acrylic on canvas, painted around the edges. Unframed. He has been magnetized and can be hung on any magnet-friendly surface.
Consider the honeybee: imported from Europe with the first European settlers, to pollinate their crops, the honeybee adjusted to life in the Americas, spreading across the insect world, swarm by swarm. It is a tale of an invasive species that ended well. Or it did, until the use of Neonicotinoids and the advance of GMO crops. We are currently in a honeybee crisis, and if we don’t get our act together, we could destroy the single organism that keeps us all alive: the simple honeybee. ALL proceeds of this magnet will go to the Xerxes Society.
Done #54 has on his work helmet with his number, and is busy collecting pollen from Spanish Lavender in my yard.
Product will be wrapped in plastic and shipped in a bubble envelope. All care is taken to ensure he arrives safely at his destination. Gouache is a water-based medium, and the product cannot get wet. There are no guarantees or warranties on artwork. No returns. Artist retains all rights to the image.