In this mural, the artist has created a “bee rest stop” to help passers-by stop and enjoy the playful significance of stopping to smell the flowers, as well as the importance of pollinators: an estimated one-third of the food we eat relies on pollination, mainly by bees. In the installation, test tube vases hold the flowers that are “bombing” the mural, creating a whimsical experience.
This mural was originally installed at the front of the same property, as part of the 2020-2021 Indy
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2020
4108 Kalmar Dr, Indianapolis, IN, 46222
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