Gallery: Aganetha Dyck Works With Live Bees To Make Beautiful Art

Dressed in beekeeping garb (with all openings sealed, as Dyck ironically has been diagnosed with a bee allergy), as she creates her works, the artist travels back and forth from the apiary to monitor the progress of the objects she transforms with the bees.

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  1. becabeeby April 30, 2012 at 8:18 am

    wonderful work but i dont agree with ‘using’ the bees so much-they must be exhausted building all that honeycomb & then having it taken away! hope you dont suffer from CCD, i also am a bee-collaborating artist, & beekeeper.

    beca beeby

  2. michael cahill April 28, 2012 at 7:13 pm

    I am a chef in Sydney and would love to aquire a bee sculture for my breakfast buffet!!

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