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Beautiful! Thanks heaps Chris!

Somewhere I have a little envelope of four cards of "specimens of Mexican
Indian feather work" from my grandmother. She probably collected them on her
big trip to Europe and North America just before the war. Each is a lovely
little picture of a bird made of cut feathers. This takes it to a new level
though.

I'm going to share this on Facebook. So many of my friends will love it.

Cheers,

Geoff

 

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Has anyone seen this artist? Chris Maynard uses feathers (gleaned
appropriately from aviaries and zoos) to make the most delicate and
evocative art pieces--I love them!

http://www.featherfolio.com/

Best,

Chris

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Chris Gralapp, MA, CMI

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