Folded wings: birdlife as colourful collages – in pictures

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The Guardian

Sarah Suplina has long been fascinated with the birds flitting around in her back yard in Connecticut. The artist decided to capture them in collage form: painting thick watercolour paper, cutting it with scissors and knives and layering everything together using extra-strong glue. “I want my work to capture the beauty of each bird, along with some of his or her natural surroundings,” she says. As the series evolved, Suplina started looking further afield to create hens and sparrow, parrots and kingfishers. “I have discovered so many different, wonderful birds to create and share. I have just scratched the surface… the sky’s the limit!”

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Continue reading… July 16, 2022 at 09:37PM Kathryn Bromwich

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