Feather Art by Julie Thompson

Self-taught wildlife artist Julie Thompson uses feathers as canvases for her amazing art:

Julie began this artwork in the early 1990s, using feathers shed naturally by domesticated birds like peacocks and turkeys, but it was far from easy. Even a simple image can take a huge amount of painstaking work, and Julie says that on average, any single painting can involve as much as 18 hours worth of artwork.

See more at Environmental Graffiti: Link | Artist's website


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