“Spring Dance” is a virtual exhibit inspired by season of Spring.
“Spring dance” collection as a whole is meant to be for anyone who is interested in learning about nature, to slow down and really appreciate the beauty of Spring season in every brush stroke, print or sculpture, in art work from the past as well as the present. It will hopefully serve as a reminder to anyone that respect for our nature should be just as important now as it was to the past civilizations. We have much to learn from the artists who provide their vision and their ability to conserve and cherish the nature while creating works that inspire people near and far.
“Good Friends” by William Merritt Chase is oil on wood painting from 1909, its size is (56.4 x 78.5cm). Spring season themed landscape and offspring goat.
“Wild Pineapple (Tillandsia fasciculata)” by Mary Vaux Walcott is watercolor on paper painting from 1921, its size is (25.4 x 17.8 cm). Spring inspired botanical study of Tillandsia fasciculata.
“California Spring Landscape”by Elmer Wachel is watercolor painting from 1920. Its size is (24.8 x 36.8 cm).
“Dancing in the Sunlight” by Louis Eilshemius is Oil on canvas painting from 1903. Its size is (61.2 X 94.0 CM.) Dancing in a Spring landscape.
“29c Rose single” is a mint multicolor ink on paper, from National Postal Museum from 1994. Spring colored rose.
“V & A Chandelier” by Dale Chihuly is a blown glass sculpture inspired by nature.
“Slo-Mo Footage of a Bumble Bee Dislodging Pollen” video by Smithsonian Chanel from 2016 about Buzz pollination, which is a special technique for dislodging pollen from spring flowers - and bumble bees are among the few species of bee capable of doing it. From the Show: Secrets of the Hive
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