Get Birds out of Feather: Creative Feature Art by Chris Maynard

We all know birds have feather, but how to have birds out of feather? Of course, it will not happen in real life, but come from artist’s hand. Olympia, Washington-based artist Chris Maynard uses individual feathers to create images of large flocks of birds. Using tools like surgery scissors, forceps, scalpels, and magnifiers, the artist carves intricate feather birds that grow and emerge, and flap their wings as they fly away. The feather retains its natural patterns, colors, and shapes, which makes each one of Maynard’s pieces is an original that cannot be duplicated. Find more feather work on Maynard’s featherfolio site. [source]

Get Birds out of Feather: Creative Feature Art by Chris Maynard

Get Birds out of Feather: Creative Feature Art by Chris Maynard
Get Birds out of Feather: Creative Feature Art by Chris Maynard
Get Birds out of Feather: Creative Feature Art by Chris Maynard
Get Birds out of Feather: Creative Feature Art by Chris Maynard
Get Birds out of Feather: Creative Feature Art by Chris Maynard
Get Birds out of Feather: Creative Feature Art by Chris Maynard
Get Birds out of Feather: Creative Feature Art by Chris Maynard

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