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This listing is for HONEYCOMB V & VI. This is a package of two Fine Art Giclee Prints that I put together for Black Friday to Cyber Monday! This will not be available after Cyber Monday at this special pricing option.




Fine Art | Giclee Prints | Limited Edition of 500 on each of these drawings


These drawings are LARGE, and come in one size only, and are the same as the original size in the sketchbook. In the photos, you can see me standing with the sketchbook which is a 17 x 14 size.


I did these drawings after the painting 'Alvarium'. I wanted to see how large I could go with black pen. I had completely forgotten about these drawings until recently when I was searching desperately in every sketchbook I had for a print I thought I lost.


I did not find the print, however, I found these. Honeycomb V and VI, are the "Lost Honeycombs". This was a very nice surprise since I had completely forgotten I had ever done them. I later remembered that I had sent the print I was looking for to someone as a gift~ I do believe the universe wanted me to find them.


*please note* Picture 2 shows both Honeycomb V and VI together so that you can see them side by side. This listing is for TWO DRAWINGS.




Archival quality fine art giclee on Sommerset Paper

Honeycomb V Size: 14 1/4 inches x 11 1/4 inches

Honeycomb VI SIze: 14 1/4 inches x 11 3/4 inches


A note from the artist:


Signed and numbered by me. Limited edition of 500.


Pictured is the original drawing in the sketchbook for scale and size reference.


The Hive Series is a set of drawings and paintings that I did several years ago when I wanted to start painting about bees and their role as an integral part of our current eco-system.


Instead of drawing bees per se, I started sketching what the bees created, which is the honeycomb. I wanted to create paintings of actual bees, however, I felt a more modern interpretation would be the honeycomb.


Around 36 B.C., a scholar by the name of Marcus Terentius Varro first wrote about why bees make a hexagonal shape, later dubbed the “the honeycomb conjecture,” by stating that, compared to other shapes such as a triangle or a square, a “hexagon inscribed in a circular figure encloses the greatest amount of space.”



Set of 2 LARGE Honeycomb Minimalist Drawings : Honeycomb V & VI

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