Ghost Bees at Teignmouth Recycled Art in the Landscape

The Dark Arts

I’m delighted that my Ghost Bees are going to appear during October in the Barnfield Theatre gallery.

Ghost Bees at Teignmouth Recycled Art in the Landscape

Knit your own bee

You are welcome to download my instructions for making “Ghost Bees”, which includes a knitting pattern for the body, a size guide for cutting out the wings from milk cartons, and instructions for assembly.

Honey bees are struggling against changing landuse, climate change, and pesticides. Photo credit: lev olson via Free Images.

Hitting the TRAIL

Just had confirmation that my new Ghost Bees are going to be appearing in Teignmouth Recycled Art in the Landscape… yay!

Ghost Bees at Open Studio during Art Week Exeter 2017

“Ghost Bees” (2016)

The Ghost Bees symbolise bees that have died, bees that are not. There is hope, though. Using recycled materials shows the possibility of change. And we can all help bees by sowing bee-friendly plants and cutting out the pesticides.