(Thought's from the Artist) This painting is about our need as humans for pollinators. This year I used a paintbrush to pollinate the apple trees for a few days, until that wonderful day when the bees showed up and did a much better job than I ever could. I wanted to make a tribute to them for their free labor that we are all so dependent on. Many of my neighbor's farm dandelions in their yard, so I visited them to get some of these flowers. Dandelions I have read are an important part of the food source for bees in the spring, however, they meet with a gruesome end in my yard.
This original oil painting is framed in an antique gold "floater frame" which will look incredible in your home or office. It will be shipped in a custom-made box in order to ensure safe delivery right to your door. On the back of the painting, Michael has written the "Thought's from the Artist" notes.