Protector No. 5: The Wild

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Protector No. 5: The Wild

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No. 5 of the ongoing Protector Series: I will be selling prints and original drawings of Protectors to raise funds for organizations or causes.

The Protector of the Wild, also known as The Beekeeper, is a healer of wild creatures and places. It has the ability to draw chemicals and other toxins out of living things, soil, water, and air. The Beekeeper is a shy, shadowy creature covered in leaves, with two humanoid hands and a single eye. When still, with its eye closed and its hands tucked in, The Beekeeper looks very much like a mound of earth covered in vines. Still, to help avoid detection, it works mostly under cover of darkness. It can purify an area of 10 square miles of land (and its inhabitants) in one night, which is impressive for a single being, but unfortunately is not enough to hold back the tide of pollutants generated by humans. It has 7 insect apprentices--a hercules beetle, garden tiger moth, wasp, longhorn beetle, praying mantis, and scorpion--who it sends on special solo remediation missions. 

There are 10 insects and other creatures hidden in this portrait for you to find.

Profits will go to the Environmental Defense Fund.

The original drawing ($150) is matted and framed in an 8 x 10" frame. Archival prints ($15) are 8.5 x 11", printed on premium Legion Somerset paper.

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