Bees Overtake Artist Aganetha Dyck’s Porcelain Sculptures With Stunning Honeycombs

by • February 27, 2014 • ArtComments (0)4129

Aganetha Dyck is a Canadian artist whose artistic career spans four decades.  Dyck has a keen interest in environmental issues; her current research delves into the world of the honeybees and specifically the interspecies communication that exists between humans and bees.  Her current exhibition allows viewers an intimate look at the delicate and fragile nature that exists between us.  Dyck’s collaboration with the bees produces sculptural alterations of man-made objects such as shoes, helmets and porcelain statues that could never have been created without this collaboration.  Dyck’s work will be on display in an exhibition titled Honeybee Alterations at the Ottawa School of Art starting March 3, 2014.  To learn more about Aganetha Dyck’s work you can enter her world at

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