'Red Queen' is the second in a series of abstract botanical urbanscapes. This piece explores the balance of nature in cities, particularly the stark contrast between the geometric structures of humanity vs. the free-flowing tendencies of nature. The red honeycombs represent the human-induced decline of honeybees and their hives.
Heavy grade watercolor paper, Sennelier watercolor, acrylic, gouache, pencil
Original (SOLD) - 16" x 20"
Print sizes - 11” x 14", 16” x 20”