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    This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 04 January, 2017.

    hummingbirds in red


    This is a delightful piece by Haida artist, Eric Parnell. The portrayal of the hummingbird is particularly apt for an artist living in Vancouver in this chilly winter, because the Anna’s species now stays here year round (one of the few benefits of global warming). Eric has captured the essence of this magical bird – light, delicate, fast, feeding constantly, gaining strength from its constant sipping from nectar wherever it may be. As with all of his work, Eric Parnell uses acrylic paints, and this piece is on high quality, 140 pound, acid-free art paper. This makes it long-lasting and careful framing pays dividends for the long-term. V 15” x H 11. 40 grams.

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