Baby Bear says "If you smile at me, I will understand, Everybody everywhere does in the same language"


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Baby Bear and a swarm of bees get acquainted in a forest alive with color and light.

Part of a series of prints created to illustrate the Resistance to the Regime of 45, this features a line from the 1969 song Wooden Ships, written by David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Paul Kantner.

My resistance prints are designed to emphasize the joyful, civilized and positive qualities of living in the USA, qualities that I feel are threatened by the attitudes and policies of the regime of the 45th president.

I'm a long time supporter of the ACLU, Planned Parenthood, Nature Conservancy and The Sierra Club, so half of the proceeds from the sale of these prints will be donated to environmental and socially progressive causes.

I print it on 100% cotton rag, ph neutral. archival watercolor paper in an easily framable format. Overall paper size is 16 x 20. I add the number of the print, the title: If You Smile at Me, and my signature in pencil.

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