Watercolor painting of a honey bee pollinating an oregano blossom This is the first in my series of watercolor paintings of honey bees pollinating herbs. I worked from my own reference photo taken in my garden and came to call the series "Bee Aware." It works nicely paired with my Honey Bee and Chive Blossom, as well as in a trio, adding Honey Bee and Golden Marjoram to the grouping. As a pair, it's interesting with Blind-eyed Sphinx Moth.
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Original 10 x 8-inch painting was done on Arches hot press watercolor paper with Winsor & Newton watercolors.
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