I was asked by the London based urban honeyists Barnes & Webb to take part in their Save The Bees Campaign and fundraiser.
I painted this “Bee eater on a diet”, an original watercolour on thick a4 paper.
More info below on when and how it is available.
Coinciding with the London honey harvest, Barnes & Webb invite you to the launch event for Save the Bees – an exhibition and auction of artwork celebrating the Honey Bee.
The private view and auction is on Thursday 18th of September from 7-11pm at the Forge & Co Gallery, 154 – 158 Shoreditch High Street, E1 6HU. Please rsvp@barnesandwebb to secure your place on the guest list.
Over 30 artists and illustrators have created unique artworks to be auctioned on the opening night. All money raised will fund our new not-for-profit Save the Bees campaign activities.
Come to the party, raise a glass, dance a lot, buy some art, and go home smiling. Who knew saving bees could be this fun? Can’t wait to see you there!
Artists include: Jessica Albarn, Sanna Annukka, Luke Best, Jody Barton, Kyle Bean, Rose Blake, Tom Ashton-Booth, Anthony Burrill, Miles Donovan, Stanley Donwood, Adam Frezza & Terri Chiao, Stevie Gee, Robert F Hunter, Hvass & Hannibal, Adrian Johnson, Jean Jullien, Angie Lewin, Katharine McEwen, Chrissie MacDonald, Essy May, Clare Melinsky, Rop Van Mierlo, Edward Carvalho Monaghan, Al Murphy, Pâté, Jitesh Patel, Katie Scott, Matt Sewell, Amy Shelton, Charlie Whinney, Kristjana S Williams & Spencer Wilson.
DJ’s on the night include Mudd (Claremont 56) and Anthony Burrill (Space, Ibiza).
The exhibition continues from 19th – 21st September.
Friday 19th 11am – 6pm
Saturday 20th 11am – 6pm
Sunday 21st 11am – 3pm