By Kelly Heaton
978-0-692-49743-2                 (2015)


"Pollination" is the visual and written narrative of Kelly Heaton. Both an artist and an author, Heaton addresses the topic of pollination as a fertile exchange that is essential to life on earth. Honeybees, beekeeping and pollinator troubles are described throughout, and the reader is encouraged to be a good steward of their environment. The book looks beyond natural pollination to examine the spread of technology and its fertile effect on the human psyche. Heaton discusses her inspiration and artistic process, revealing a profound communion with nature and the supernatural. Artworks include sculpture, painting, sketches, electronics, photography, and perfume. Full of color images and poetic text, Pollination is a sensory journey into the world of relationships that seed new growth.


This book was designed for a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. The font size and image placement in this eBook are not intended to be adjustable. Therefore, a small screen is not recommended for viewing this book. Pollination is best viewed on a color device that supports Kindle Format 8. At this time, that only includes Fire, Kindle Cloud Reader, Kindle for iPad, and Kindle for Android.

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