A black flower Longhorn beetle (Kirby, 1837) EditArthropods (Arthropoda)---Insects (Insecta)----Beetles (Coleoptera)----Polyphaga----Chrysomeloidea----Longhorn beetles (Cerambycidae)----Lepturinae----Lepturini---Grammoptera-----G. subargentata
This is just one of the many "Lepturinids" in the subfamily Lepturinae (Flower Longhorns) that may appear on a nearby bush or plant in your garden. This species seems to be most often encountered on Red Osier Dogwood shrubs. In mid-June when this species is the most numerous they will typically fly around and land on your clothing. Unlike the larger wood-boring beetle these are more peaceful and feed on mostly pollen from flowers which also means if they do bite (which is rare) it won't be as painful.