In Praise of Honey and Cream features a field of blue and purple alfalfa flowers, ready to attract both native and imported bees. Later, the perennial plant is harvested and fed to dairy cattle around the world, completing our need for sweet creamy confections. Such delights are in danger both because of threats to pollinators and water conflicts in the western United States. Read more in my blog.
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You can get an audio look at me and my studio in an interview by Yael Ksander of WFIU/Bloomington. Listen here.