American bumblebee (Bombus pensylvanicus - SGCN)

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Each American bumblebee (Bombus pensylvanicus - SGCN) painting is a unique 3 x 3 x 1.625 , Acrylic painting on acid-free, archival panel and can be hung with or without a frame, or displayed upon a shelf.

**Please be aware that each individual piece has one of a kind paint strokes which will result in your work looking different than the ones displayed.** 

Please indicate which direction you would like your bee/bees to face:

  • RIGHT FLYING - CURRENTLY SOLD OUT (contact me juliet@giddyupartstudio.com to special order)
  • CENTERED - CURRENTLY SOLD OUT (contact me juliet@giddyupartstudio.com to special order)
  • LEFT FLYING - 1 REMAINING

ABOUT AMERICAN BUMBLEBEES

There are nine bumblebee species are present in Texas.

Most Texas’ native bees are solitary, though the American bumblebee has a social structure more like honey bees with a queen, male drones & female workers. However, bumblebee colonies are much smaller than the honeybee’s. A honeybee colony can have tens of thousands, while bumblebee colonies are usually no more than a few hundred. 

Bumblebees are an efficient and important group of insect pollinators that provide sustaining pollination services for both agricultural and biological communities. Infact, lady bumble bees’ large size allows them to carry much more pollen than the average honeybee. They carry these large quantities of pollen in rounded pollen baskets, on their hind legs.

Many bumble bee species are currently in decline throughout the United States.  The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has classified three kinds of bumble bees in the category of  “Species of greatest conservation need” under the Texas Conservation Action Plan: the American bumble bee (Bombus pensylvanicus); its close relative, the Sonoran bumble bee (Bombus pensylvanicus sonorus); and the variable cuckoo bumble bee (Bombus variabilis). 

HOW YOU CAN HELP:

5% of the sale of THESE WORKS will be donated to TPWD Nongame Fund

You can help by writing your U.S. House Representative to urge them to co-sponsor the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA), H.R.3742 and planting native flowers!  

Source: 

www.wildbeestexas.com/bombus

NOTES:

  • Color may vary slightly from what is seen on a computer monitor.
  • Artist retains rights to image.
  • Created 2019
  • Panel is warp resistant, kiln dried New Zealand Pine cradles.
  • Hanging assembly included.
  • Painting has been been treated with a permanent varnish to protect surfaces from UV damage.

Thank you!

-Juliet

 

BUMBLEBEE DIRECTION *
Stock:
Height
3.00
Width
3.00
Depth
1.63
Sku
1945JA
Gift Wrapping
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