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A painted utility box. On it are three bees on top of a honeycomb, painted with semi-realism. The honeycomb is in two colors, warm yellow and dark red, cut across diagonally from the top right to the bottom left. One bee is at the top left, and two are facing each other at the bottom right. There are two blue stripes going across from left to right and slanted downwards at the top right and bottom left corners.

Adaptation Art

Sophy Tuttle was one of the gifted speakers who visited the interns. A skilled artist, you can find her working on huge murals depicting animals and symbolic climate change warnings. Some of these murals can even be found in Arlington, like the honey bee mural at Magnolia Field! Tuttle's enthusiasm for art spread to the interns when she gave a project to do at home. The assignment: create a new adaptation for endangered animals to survive the obstacles of climate change that threaten them. Below are some of our artworks. Enjoy!


If you would like to learn more about Sophy Tuttle, please visit her website. It's full of beautiful masterpieces, including her next project!

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