Forage - screenprint

forage

Bees forage for nectar and pollen from blooming plants within flight range.  Experiments have shown that beehives within 4 miles of a food source will gain weight, but beyond that the energy expended is greater than that gained during the foraging flight.  A typical bee will visit about 3,000 flowers per day. Let’s fill our…

save me - mixed media

save me

Many species depend on bees for food and habitats.  But bee populations are in decline. Studies suggest many reasons: pesticides, loss of habitat, commercial hive design and disease. Let’s save them. #extinctionrebellion Mixed media: block print, screenprint & collage 11x10cm Edition: 12 prints £30

blue murder - cyanotype

blue murder

a murder of crows: the collective noun for a group of crows, possibly derived from the fact that crows will kill a crow who doesn’t belong in their territory blue murder: an extravagantly loud outcry; a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition Time to cry blue murder over the murder of our beautiful blue…

Let me breathe - cyanotype

let me breathe

On listening to Kate Bush’s Breathing … We inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.  Trees inhale carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen. Plant more trees. Varied edition: 4 prints 13 x 8 cm £30 “In nature nothing exists alone.” -rachel carson

how worthy of honour is the sea - screenprint

how worthy of honour is the sea

The sea is our planet’s life support system, essential for providing water & food, and regulating our atmosphere and climate.  It’s at great risk from acidification, pollution and unsustainable fishing practices. Let’s save it. Screenprint Image size 28×9 cm Edition: 7 £60 Nach urramach an cuan -gaelic saying

breathe - cyanotype

breathe

We inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.  Trees inhale carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen. Plant more trees. Varied edition Varied edition: 2 prints £30 “In nature nothing exists alone.” -rachel carson

rachel carson quote

The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we shall have for destruction. -rachel carson