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POLLINATOR HEXAGON IV (2018) This installation was part of the Art on the Waterfront Show in Middle branch Park, Baltimore. This installation uses stone and native plantings to draw the viewers attention to the importance of pollinator plants. The hexagonal arrangement is a reference to the structure of honeybee hives, while the plants are selected for their pollinator value, beauty and durability. Maryland became the first state to ban consumer use of pesticides containing neonicotinoids, thought to contribute to the demise of pollinators like bees, birds and butterflies.