HONEY is a dynamic, juried exhibition embodying and celebrating the role of the honeybee. In light of the international Colony Collapse Disorder crisis and global concerns over war, economic collapse and a worldwide food shortage, the fate of the honeybee mirrors the fate of humanity.  Philosopher Rudolf Steiner noted the bees as an indicator species in developing his ideas on biodynamic farming and caring for the earth. This call for entries seeks artwork related to these issues and honoring the majestic apis mellifera.

Artists whose work has been juried into the exhibition are: Heather Beck, Barbara Blaisdell, Aleta Braun, Ben Bridgers, Katy Cassell, Megan Clark, Kelly Jean Conroy, Laurie Corral, Desiree DeMars, Gina Dill, Christine Dougherty, Mary Early, Bob Ebendorf, Kristen Egan, Jane Wells Harrison, Sarah K. Hooper, Melissa Hronkin, June Jasen, Rachel Kauff, Joyce Watkins King, Timothy Lazure, Jenny Lynn McNutt, Jeff Millikan, Greg Patch, Betsy Peters, Christine Reising, Suzanne Sawyer, Pat Spainhour, Elizabeth Staiger, Melvin S. Stanforth, Rebecca Stirner, Isaac Talley, Lauren Thiele, and Robin Wise.

The exhibition dates are March 10 – April 8, 2012.
Exhibition opening is Thursday, March 15th from 6:00-9:oo p.m. at the Greenville Museum of Art

Our jurorCatherine Coulter Lloyd is the current Visual Arts Specialist at the Maria V. Howard Arts Center in Rocky Mount, NC. She has worked in arts administration for over ten years in a variety of capacities including curator, education director, collections manager, registrar, and preparator. Lloyd has served on the board of the North Carolina Museum Council as Government Affairs Chair and Directory Chair. She obtained a BFA from Western Carolina University and an MFA from East Carolina University with focuses in the area of ceramics, fiber, and photography.

For full details, please download and read the prospectus [PDF format].