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Unveil the exquisite charm of “Aurelia the Apidae Queen,” a digital art print that captures the essence of nature’s diligent pollinator, the bumblebee. This piece began as a delicate sketch, brought to life with the fluid grace of watercolors. The original artwork was then meticulously scanned and transformed into a digital masterpiece using Procreate and Adobe Photoshop.


The final design showcases the bumblebee in all its glory, set against a backdrop of ornate floral elements that evoke a sense of harmony and balance. Adobe’s innovative generative AI feature has been employed to refine and enhance the intricate details, ensuring each stroke and hue is presented with clarity and vibrancy.


This art print is not just an image; it’s a celebration of traditional artistry meeting modern technology. It stands as a testament to creativity unleashed by digital tools, making it an interesting conversation piece for any space. Whether for an art enthusiast or someone who appreciates the beauty of nature, “Aurelia the Apidae Queen” offers an enchanting visual experience that bridges the gap between classic watercolor techniques and contemporary digital artistry.

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Aurelia the Apidae Queen Fine Art Print

    • Aurelia the Apidae Queen: This artwork beautifully bridges the gap between entomological precision and aesthetic appeal.
    • The Artwork: Surrounding the bee is an ornate circular frame adorned with stylized flowers and leaves, arranged symmetrically. The color palette features soft earth tones with subtle hints of blue and purple in the floral elements.
    • Print Sizes: Available in print sizes 8"x8", 10"x10", and 12"x12," each piece promises to be a captivating centerpiece for your space.

    The artwork is produced, printed, and shipped from my little studio in Canton, Connectcut USA. Each one of my prints is created with Epson UltraChrome K3™ archival inks on my Epson Pro 3880 printer on 140lb archival museum quality paper and then finished with an archival UV finish glaze.

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