Picturing Disaster: The Beauty of Bees

On View: April 14 – June 2, 2018

Jenkins Community Gallery

Organized by instructor Faylinda Kodis, this exhibition will present work from H-B Woodlawn Seniors who have spent their high school careers focusing on the visual arts. Picturing Disaster: The Beauty of Bees explores the effects of environmental destruction on the honey bee population. Honey bees play an extremely important role in our ecosystem and the threat to their existence impacts the survival of humanity. These student artists confront this pressing issue through didactic drawings and other two-dimensional works, highlighting the bees’ beauty and significance in our world.


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