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"<a href="https://www.artistsforconservation.org/virtual-exhibit/24310/artist/1025/artwork/unity-25304">Unity</a>" by Cindy Billingsley | United States


Wallhanging by Cindy Billingsley
16.00" H x 20.00" W
Year Completed:
Honey bees
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Honey bees pollinate 80 percent of all flowering plants. Populations have dropped alarmingly in the last few years. One beehive can produce 10-200 pounds of honey in a year. There are three types of bees in a hive: a worker, drone, and queen. The queen’s leaves the hive once to mate, and her job is to reproduce. Male drones' purpose is to mate with the queen. The female worker bees are responsible for every other job. Workers have different positions: such as scouts, guards, caring for the queen, producing honey, repairing the hive, building the honeycomb, packing pollen, and collecting nectar, pollen, and water. It takes all the bees working together as one, in unity.



Unity | Wallhanging by Cindy Billingsley | Artists for Conservation 2023

2023 Artists for Conservation Exhibit Book