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Urban bird spotting and traditional bird art inspire this delightful series from Seattle artist Cody Blomberg who handcrafts bird print plaques are made from his original artwork. With a BFA in theatre design from the University of South Dakota, Cody brings a theatrical eye to his art plaques cottage industry and commissioned art works. Cody's favorite creative outlets are portraits, murals, and wildlife art. His bird print plaques come from his original artwork. The laser printed artwork is adhered to birch plywood, then finished with a clear coat and rich patina.
The common redpoll breeds in the far northern latitudes worldwide in open woods of pine, spruce, alder, birch, and willow up to about 5,000 feet elevation. In the essentially treeless tundra they find hollows and shelters where deciduous shrubs or conifers can gain a foothold. They also live around towns. Most people get to see them in winter, when redpolls move south. In their winter range, which can be extremely variable as the birds seek unpredictable food sources, redpolls occur in open woodlands, scrubby and weedy fields, and backyard feeders.
1" thick birch plywood
12" x 12"
ready to hang with or prop on a shelf