Buzzing Behind the Scenes, Part 3

Buster the Bee painted

You’ve read, you’ve waited and now it’s finally here, my Buster the Bee sculpture in living color.

Buster the Bumble Bee flying

I tried to take photos from every imaginable angle. Someday I’d like to make a Buster the Bee video to post on youtube. Right now I don’t know enough about how to make a video and where to find copyright free music. I’m thinking the song “Flight of the Bumblebee” would be a good song for my Buster buzzing over the field of flowers.

Buster sculpture

Buster being busy as a…you got it…busy as bee.

front view of Buster

Uh-oh, what happened to his picnic basket and tea set?

Buster flying over flowers

Buster decided to do a practice flight without the basket and tea set.

Buster flying away

He wanted to make sure he timed his flight correctly to Toby’s shell for the surprise party.

Buster flying

There he goes buzz, buzz, buzzing away!

Buster delivering tea

And here he is ready for the party!

My Buster the Bee sculpture measures approximately 23″ wide by 16″ high by 15″ deep. It’s kinda difficult to measure a sculpture with flowers poking out in all directions. So how do you like my Buster piece? It’s one of my favorites, especially because I love flowers and there is a whole field of flowers to see even in the dead of a Wisconsin winter. My next post will feature pics of Buster in the great outdoors.

Missed any of my Buster series?

Buzzing Behind the Scenes, part 1 (features the beginning stages of the Buster sculpture)

Buzzing Behind the Scenes, part 2 (features some of the details of how I made the picnic basket and tea set)

About christine

A watercolor and sculpture artist and avid crafter/designer. Working creatively with my hands is what gives me joy and contentment and makes me want to get up in the morning.
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3 Responses to Buzzing Behind the Scenes, Part 3

  1. pants says:

    Amazing! Gorgeous!

  2. James~ClosetCreature says:

    You have an amazing talent!!! I love the whole sculpture! I can't wait to see more of your work!

    –James, Birdy's Husband

  3. Christine says:

    Thank you, Sheri & James! 🙂

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