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The Queen is Here


Queen, My Queen,  Oil on 6"x6" Linen Panel
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Private Collection in Pendoylan, UK 
My bees are home. I have recently acquired two bee hives (photos are below) and I have really had so much fun watching them do all their bee things. An experienced beekeeper came by to check on them and gave me a permission to take a photo of one of my queen bees. The painting about is a sketch of that photo. She is beautiful!

Mint Julep Cup with Mandarin,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
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Private Collection in Windham, NH
Three Seckel Pears,  Oil on 5"x7" Linen Panel
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Private Collector in Doddinghurst, UK

Still Life with Figs and Cobalt,  Oil on 4"x6" Linen Panel
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Private Collection in Pacifica, CA


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  1. Hi Carolina, lovely painting of the bees...how delightful! Wishing you lots of luck with your new ventures and a whole lot of info you can share on your blog about how we can stay healthy!

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    1. Oh, thank you Sharon! How wonderful of you to visit and write such sweet things! Thank you!! Hugs, C.

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