Curated by local artist and Art That Moves blogger Christine Pensa, the idea of a benefit show was spurred by a desire to mobilize Toronto’s vibrant artistic community in a way that could promote positive action and urban health. “Each of the artists participating in the show is working to make a difference. Most of the world’s plants and food supply rely on pollinators like the bees to survive. Bee population decline is a big problem and we wanted to do something to bring awareness to the issue, as well as raise a little money to contribute to the cause.  Every entry is a bee or pollinator-inspired piece that explores the special nature of these alchemist creatures. In this way, our art can make a difference for our community and for our world.”

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