Add a touch of elegance and vibrancy to your home decor with this unique flamingo painting.
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Details & Description
Title: Flamingo and Chick Size: 12″ w x 12″ h Canvas Type: Gallery Wrap Stretched Canvas Frame: Unframed; Ready to Hang Signed: On the front COA: Signed Certificate of Authenticity
A brightly colored flamingo and her chick are the focal point of this painting’s composition. The tiny chick is tucked beneath the protecting wing of its mother. This artwork beautifully captures the grace and majesty of the flamingo, one of nature’s most iconic birds. The vibrant colors and intricate details bring this painting to life, making it a captivating focal point for any room.
Teresa Bernard, an acclaimed wildlife artist, has signed her work in the lower right-hand corner. Flamingo and Chick is handcrafted on high-quality gallery wrap stretched canvas and is ready to hang with or without a frame.
The copyright watermark ©️ teresabernardart.com is not depicted on the original canvas painting.
Flamingos are a favorite bird for artists to paint because of their brightly colored feathers, graceful S-shaped necks and stilt-like legs. For a long time, I’ve wanted to do a painting of a flamingo myself and now it is done.
Did You Know?
- Flamingos are one of the world’s most recognizable wading birds. They are found in freshwater and saltwater mudflats, lakes, coastal lagoons, and marshlands worldwide.
- Carotene in their diet is what causes their feathers to become pink, orange, or red. It’s the same component that gives carrots their orange color and tomatoes red.
- In the wild, the lifespan of a flamingo is anywhere between 20 and 30 years, but in captivity, they can live up to 50 years or longer. The oldest known flamingo reached the age of 83.
- Flamingos lay only a single egg each year, and if something happens to it, they usually do not lay another one.
- Chicks are born with gray or white fluffy feathers. It takes up to three years to develop their pink, orange, or red feathers.
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“Such a strikingly beautiful painting. What I love about this is that you have captured the grace and glamour of a flamingo, the sinuous lines, and the warmth of its motherhood, and the darling little chick. Unusual combination. Motherhood is so often portrayed as brown and homey.” — @life_ontherocks2, Gab
“Great feeling of playful feathers with a nurturing beak!” — @O66Bjsway, TRUTH Social
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