This delicate piece captures the fragile nature of life as a small bird as fall approaches and grasses are no longer green.
The bird is of tupelo, the grass is steel and the base is maple burl. It is in a private collection.
This gregarious little bird is one of the first splashes of spring color at most North American bird feeders. The catkins at the base are found as left-overs from fall seed production.
The bird is tupelo, the branch is brass, the catkins are tupelo and brass and the base is leaded basswood. This piece is in a private collection.