Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Having Wings

On the back wall of the Jane Sauer Gallery, five ravens are watching each other.

A cat stands in the corner, watching the ravens as they converse with each other.

A large fruit bat, wings extended, dominates the center of the room.

The back of the bat has accumulated some ends and odds. Behind him a large hanging bird swoops down from the fire place. To the left a Great Blue Heron looks toward the door.

Two black Ibis sit on a base made from old mountain bike tires. Hanging from the wall, a nest of old twigs has been made by a swarm of song birds, who fly below the nest.

Two chickens strut around each other, showing off their beautiful feathers.

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