Bats Pollinating

by Jan Harrison

We are delighted to have been invited to share these new works by New York based artist Jan Harrison. She made her “Bats Pollinating” series this year in honour of lost and disappearing pollinators.
‘I have been very concerned about the survival of bats. I respect their importance, as well as the beauty and unique quality and diversity of their very being. In 2012 and 2014  I did a project, a Bat Sanctuary: it included a model of the proposed sanctuary, and was exhibited in “Type P: American Interpretations,” at Donskoj Gallery, Kingston, NY, and then at Fort Aan de Klop, Netherlands. (Curator: Hendrik Dijk.)’ – Jan
Eight paintings
7 x 10 inches
Pastel, charcoal, and ink on rag paper.

Bat enjoying fruit and pollen

Bat with pollen

Bats together with flower

Night bat enjoying pollen

Pollinating bat with flower

Pollinating bat with frogs

Two pollinating bats at night

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Posted on November 2, 2017
Categories: Endangered & Lost Species

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