ReginaBDunn FiberArtist
Continuity II
Mixed Media
29.5 x 20
Wildflowers are a sight to see when they are in masses in fields and on the sides of the road. But they are in peril for several reasons. One of those is the disappearance of the honeybee. The flower and the bee depend upon each other. Will the flowers and the bees continue or will the cycle be broken and these shapes remain only in our imaginations?

Materials: monoprinted cotton muslin, acrylic paint, fabric medium, polyester thread, commercial fabric, monoprinted sheer polyesters, silk, fusible, embroidery floss

Techniques: gelatin monoprinting, machine sewing, hand sewing, stamping
This piece is for sale for $350 but cannot be purchased without contacting me first. It is presently out on loan for the exhibit The Power of Flowers at Harris House in New Smyrna Beach, Florida from September 3 to September 30 and must be purchased through them during that time period.
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