Bumblebee on a Virginia Rose

I painted this bumblebee on a native Virginia Rose based on a photo from our garden from last summer.

Bumblebees are now endangered in US (regardless of what the so-called president Trump says) due to the use of Monsanto’s RoundUp, mono-culture farming, and the supplanting of native plants with exotics.

We replaced 30% of our lawn with native plants and always see lots of bumbles and other bees, along with butterflies, moths and birds of all types. Native plants are those that were in the area before Europeans arrived about 400 years ago.

The painting is 6″ x 6″ acrylic on stretched canvas, so is about life-size.

Price: $75 including postage to US address, and the planting of three more Virginia Roses in a neighboring town.

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