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  1. Bee Forum
    Hello, I'm new to this site but glad to be a part of it! I have been helping my Grandpa with his hives for a few years and have really enjoyed it. I started doing some researching and am very excited to starting my own hives this spring so I have been doing lots of planning and preparing...
  2. Welcome Forum
    Hi, everyone I'd like to reintroduce myself. My name is Victoria Primicias and I paint with beeswax. I was on this site a year ago when I painted in the encaustic (i.e. hot wax) medium. I have since transitioned over to a cold wax technique. Both are beeswax-based. I use traditional oil paints...
  3. Welcome Forum
    Hello, everyone! I'm an artist, working from Norway. I'm looking for a rather large amount of dead bees for a project. Is this possible to procure? Are there any biohazard risks? You are the experts, so why not ask:)
  4. Photo/Video Gallery
    I didn't know but William Bouguereau was a beekeeper!
  5. Artecera
    The luminosity and textures of beeswax paintings means they look better in person. If you're in the Richmond, VA area, you'll be able to check them out at: Arts in the Park Byrd Park, Richmond, VA May 3 and 4 Arts in the Park is recognized as one of the top art shows in the country and is an...
  6. Artecera
    Hi, Everyone My name is Victoria Primicias, and I paint with beeswax. In case you missed it, I have an ad on the right column entitled Beautiful Beeswax Paintings. Also known as encaustics, this ancient medium was invented by the Romans and Greeks (arte cera means "wax art" in Latin). The...
  7. Welcome Forum
    Hello everyone. My name is Andrea Zampitella. I am a teacher in Somerville, MA and a multi-disciplinary artist. I am working on an art project, "The Hive", that will take place June 4th and 5th as part of the FIGMENT festival on the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston that I wanted to let you...
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