Posts Tagged: Lisa Rico
Some lost everything: Their homes, their barns, their farm animals, their bees, their...
Artist Lisa Rico painted this photo of lavender and bees for the Vacaville Fire Art Project she founded. It's titled "Making Honey" and was purchased by Andrea Hofmann-Miller. Among fire victims were beekeepers and Girl on the Hill Boutique Vineyard and Lavender.
A honey bee buzzes over a sunflower in this painting, "Sun-Bee" by Lisa Rico for the Vacaville Fire Art Project. This one was purchased by Tiffany Murdaca.
A lady beetle, aka ladybug, climbs the stalk of a sunflower in this painting by Lisa Rico, founder of the Vacaville Fire Art Project. It's titled "Sun's Going to Shine Again" and was purchased by Aumrey Moland.
Honey bees forage in a field of lavender in this painting, titled "Honey Makers," by Lisa Rico. It was sold to Joie Moralde, with proceeds benefitting fire victims.
A monarch butterfly flutters through a field of lavender. Painting by Lisa Rico. This one is titled "Monarch Muse."
Have you ever seen butterflies on jackrabbits? No? Well, if you attended the recent "We Know Jack"...
A line of jackrabbits in the Vacaville Museum courtyard. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
Artist Richard Rico, former editor and publisher of The Reporter, Vacaville, stands by his work, "Flyin' Jack." (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
Solano County Supervisor John Vasquez wheels a rabbit back into the museum. In back is Barry Rico. Together they created a "receding hareline." (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)