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'Looking for Lunch' was juried into the prestigious 25th Annual Colored Pencil Society of America International Exhibition in Bethesda, Maryland. The painting is a conundrum. The bluebird (recently declining in numbers but now stable) and bees are declining in numbers. The bluebird eats the bees and the berries if no insects are available. The porcelain vine is invasive and when the bees pollinate the flowers more berries are produced which are eaten by birds which spread the seeds for more invasive plants. The vine was purchased in an area where it had not yet reached invasive status. Originally porcelain vines were imported for landscaping because of their beauty.
April 1st, 2016
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