Thursday, May 21, 2009

#6 of my "30 Bugs 30 days" ACEO Series: Honeybees!



Admittedly, I am exhausted right now so this won't be a very long or in-depth post! But I did finish the 6th ACEO in my series, and this one is depicting some busy honeybees capping cells full of wax. The dark cells are full of wax, and the lighter cells are full of wax and have been capped!

Unlike the other ACEOs in my series, this was created specifically for honeybee research funds- so it has been listed in my Etsy store for $11 plus $1.50 shipping and handling, and $10 will go to honeybee research at pollinator.org.

Visit my Etsy shop if you're interested in purchasing any bug from my series! :)


5 comments:

katiev said...

ooh that one looks awesome. go honeybees go!!

SG said...

Thanks Katie! I'm sure I will feature more bees in my series too. And thanks again for your suggestion!

Doris Sturm said...

I am so amazed at your industriousness, Samantha! That one is my most favorite picture of all your bug series (wonder why?) you are too much! When do you sleep?

Congrats, great job!

Doris Sturm said...

p.s. I noticed you changed the name of your blog, didn't you? Wasn't it just Samantha's Art Studio before? I like the new name, wow - I have to start doing more! You inspire me ;-)

SG said...

Doris thanks so much! I'm happy to inspire you, although I'm surprised by it too :)

I added a 3rd column to it to try and organize it a little more, and add more to it without everything going down to the bottom...