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The Art of Making Sweet Art

Bees don’t get enough credit. But they are amazing insects. They can they fly up to 15 mph, have a complex language, and visit thousands of flowers a day. To top that off they are also artist assistants. Yes.

Artist Aganetha Dyck works with bees to create sculptures using porcelain figures and other objects that are transformed by bees’ honeycombs. These amazing pieces of art have an environmental agenda as well. Aganetha Dyck uses his art to raise awareness about the rapid decline in population honeybees are rapidly experiencing.

This art is not only sweet (get it sweet) but is also good for the environment. Can it get any better than this? We here at Artsnapper love art that carries this mission of creativity and environment friendly tactics and have written about it in the past. Check out Nick Gentry’s art made out of obsolete objects and Jason Mecier who makes art out of trash (literally).

What do you think of this sweet art? What do you think about the art of making art that has dual impact? Please share your thoughts with us.

The Art of Making Sweet Art

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