The Manor of Art, held in 2009, was a collaborative effort where 100+ artists created site specific installations in a retired nursing home. The “see” installation was an opportunity to rewrite the history of the Manor as an institution where we warehoused our elderly and sequestered them from our sight. I chose to create a beautiful, educational room using encaustic and beeswax for it’s ethereal qualities. On one level the “see” installation in room 350 was about how a bee sees, how a human sees and how I see as an artist. And, on a deeper level, it was about how we all see and experience one another.