It is sad but Michigan is one of the last states that the Hines Dragonfly is still found.
NORTH MUSKEGON, Mich. (PRWEB) March 30, 2019
Robin Nidelcheff announced her new collection of Teabag Holders dedicated to "insects." As the world population of some insects continues to fall, Northside Clay and Canvas is releasing a new collection of Teabag Holders to support the study of and "Save The Insects" (STI Collection).
Robin is working with a natural science museum and several scholarship programs on her donation plans. Twenty percent of the proceeds of the STI Collection in 2019 will be donated to the study and understanding of the changing insect populations and what that means to all of us. STI Collection consist of Teabag Holders with Dragonfly, Bee, Ladybug and Monarch Butterfly. Donations can be made today with product shipments starting in May 2019.
The STI teabags are just part of Robin's "Nature's Spring Collection." View the May release of products at the Northside Clay and Canvas online store or in the Michigan studio. Both can be found on the website at http://www.NorthsideClayAndCanvas.com
About Robin Nidelcheff-
Robin Nidelcheff has been producing works of art from nature for over twenty years, in Hand Built and Wheel thrown Pottery.
Her training in Southern California in the early 1990s exposed Robin to artistic forms of pottery from throughout the world. Some favorites vary from beach pit firing and Raku techniques to the hand built and wheel thrown methods that she favors today. Robin creates clay reflections of nature, to love and live with you in your home or office.
Robin creates her pieces in studios located in Eastern Pennsylvania and along the Lake Michigan shoreline in the Robin Nidelcheff Studio, Northside Clay and Canvas.