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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.
A bird true to its name, the pine warbler is common in many eastern pine forests and is rarely seen away from pines. These yellowish warblers are hard to spot as they move along high branches to prod clumps of needles with their sturdy bills. If you don’t see them, listen for their steady, musical trill, which sounds very like a chipping sparrow or dark-eyed junco, which are also common piney-woods sounds through much of the year.
1" thick birch plywood
6" x 6"
ready to hang with or prop on a shelf