Birds Make the Art, Part 6

Birds Make the Art, Part 6

Michele Berger
Published: 03/21/2012

It’s been awhile since our last Birds Make the Art, so here you go. Today, we’ve got drawings, dictionaries, paintings and more. It’s past 5 pm anyway... Enjoy! 

Drawing by Ana Jones
Jones, an artist from Portugal, just started drawing two years ago, but she plans to keep illustrating to build up her portfolio.

Art work by PopcaPopca Studio
At PopcaPopca Studio, a Hong Kong graphic design team, the artists make imagination and illustration part of daily life. Says artist Arthur Chow, “Mixed media design and humor concepts are at the heart of our work.” (Those are old dictionary pages, by the way.) 

Work by Amanda Krauss
Thanks to a third-grade teacher’s persistence, Amanda Krauss developed a love for birds early on. She’s been drawing and painting them ever since, drawing artistic inspiration from this fascination.

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Previous Birds Make the Art posts: 
February 8, 2012, artist Claire Brewster
December 9, 2011, artists Tina Burke, Tricia Arnold, and Julie Ann Glenzinski
August 26, 2011, artists Tom Toro, Josh Durant, and Dinuk Magammana
June 23, 2011, artists Anne Wertheim, Rob Fulton, and Angela Rizza
February 24, 2011, artists Denise Marks, Mark Armstrong, and Kurt Swanson

Want to see your bird art on the Perch? E-mail Associate Editor Michele Berger at mwberger@audubon.org. Please include “Bird art” in the subject line.