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A few months ago in New York City, Flamingo, a domestic king pigeon, was found covered in hair dye. A kindhearted human brought him to the Wild Bird Fund , and they tried to stabilize and save him. Sadly, he passed away from the toxic fumes inundating his body. 

When I first saw photos of him, I was in awe of how beautiful he was but instantly heartbroken at the cruelty and pain he endured.  I had to paint him, the pink toxins flying off of him, free and not in pain. I decided to make prints of Flamingo as a means of healing for his little spirit, and for us too.


10 percent of each sale will be going to the Wild Bird Fund.  


Thank you so much for your love of the creatures we live here with. 





    Printed on Textured Fine Art Matte 18 mil / 300 gsm. This paper is a 50:50 blend of cotton and alpha-cellulose and features a bright white base tint for accurate color rendition. It is also acid- and lignin-free for archival storage, features a lightly textured watercolor surface finish, and is water-resistant to prevent smearing.

    Each print is protected in a plastic sleeve and is reinforced with cardboard backing.

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