Jane Murdoch Adams




Love Bees, Save Bees, Eat Honey Series

"The keeping of bees is like the direction of sunbeams."
― Henry David Thoreau


These paintings are about BEES, swarming, in colourful abstracted landscapes making vivid their lines of travel, their energy and their magic.

In choosing the theme of BEES I am advocating for the lives of these bewitching bugs. We see them as harbingers of summer, and of all things bright and beautiful in the natural world.

A % of sales from these paintings will go to the Ontario Beekeepers Association.

I love to champion their well-being because - without honeybees - we would have NO (NONE!) apples, pears, plums, onions, celery, watermelon, coconuts, cantaloupe, carrots, figs, sunflowers, raspberry, peach, mangoes, cranberries, cherries OR tomatoes. OR HONEY!

Honey bees are in danger. Pesticides kill honeybees. Monsanto produces the key killer pesticides.

To find out more about how we can save and protect our darling honeybees, write to the Ontario Beekeepers Association info@ontariobee.com

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