Friday, March 23, 2018

Denver Botanic Gardens 2018 pollination exhibit

The exhibition management of the Denver Botanic Gardens has contacted me about a forthcoming 2018 exhibut about pollinators. We have agreed that they will use some of my works to demonstrate how differently butterflies see the world compared to how we humans do.

These flowers will be on exhibit: Gaillardia, Linus, Rudbeckia, Crepis which are common in the Colorado wildlife area.

Gaillardia (top) and Rudbeckia (bottom) in human and simulated butterfly vision

Linus (top) and Crepis (bottom) in human and simulated butterfly vision

The exhibit will open in April 2018, so be sure to pay it and the Gardens a visit, certainly worth it!

Stay tuned, more will follow on that fascinating subject...

More info on this very interesting field may be found on my site