FRAMED: JULY red-eyed vireo

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FRAMED: JULY red-eyed vireo

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JULY: red-eyed vireo, sphinx moth caterpillar & virginia creeper vine

The five fingered leaves of Virginia creeper vine are a handy home for the hungry sphinx moth caterpillar. Brown and white, the Red-eyed Vireo is certainly not a fashion statement except for a blue cap and red eyes, but this tireless songster lights up the swamp with musical improvisation.

 

1 of 3 in the SUMMER Collection from Seasons of a Cypress - a series of 12 connected images. 9 images are currently complete.

The original images were created with Mississippi mud and plants and scanned to permanently capture the fresh bright colors of berries, flower petals and leaves pushed into the paper.

color sources to create include: poke salad leaves, red hill dirt, bitterweed, white throated day flower & burned meadow grass

They are stand alone designs or can be arranged as one large cypress tree. The images are in seasonal collections, each month featuring a bird/plant/insect relationship.

9 x 9 digital print, mounted with acid-free glue on book binder’s board, then mounted flush on a handmade pine frame, with 1 in depth.  Flush mount allows for side-by-side display, or for stand alone display on a bookshelf or table.  

 

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