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Category Archives: entomology
September 25th, 2016 was the official unveiling of a series of educational signs that I designed for the Reynolda Gardens Meadow. The four signs are featured below: introduction, birds, plants, and pollinators. Go see them on display in the meadow! … Continue reading
Recent work, simply described as: botanical, observational, and biographical. There are 13 images that were created together and are connected by more than their proximity of creation date. There’s a narrative based on the following passage: The grass withers, the … Continue reading
References: Beekeeping basics, PennState Extension, 2007 First Lesson in Beekeeping, Dadant & Sons Inc., 1980 Insectopedia, Hugh Raffles, 2010 In the social order of honeybee hives, drones are the males. They are in the minority, only a few hundred drones … Continue reading