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Common Yellowthroat Warbler, Geothlypis trichas occidentalis, Hand-painted silver gelatin print 1998 by Kate Breakey. Photo by Wayne Stratz as seen at the Michener Art Museum

Let me start with the apology: my lack of blogging for a few months means that this exhibit is no longer at the Michener Museum in Doylestown PA. So, what’s there now, here is a link to their exhibit page.

I love that the artist, Kate Breakey, speaks of art as a way to express wonder and love. Is it any wonder that the bottom three images of Ms Breakey’s art are all birds I have made mosaics of this year. And warblers compete with woodpaeckers as my favorite group of birds. My wonder and love of birds drew me to birds that bring about the same feeling for her. I like that. See more of her thoughts about art, her process, and her art… please visit her website.

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Blue Jay, Cyanocitta cristata, Hand-painted silver gelatin print 1998 by Kate Breakey. Photo by Wayne Stratz as seen at the Michener Art Museum

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American Kestrel, Falco sparverius, Hand-painted silver gelatin print 1998 by Kate Breakey. Photo by Wayne Stratz as seen at the Michener Art Museum

Northern Cardinal (Male) II, Cardinalis cardinalis, Hand-painted silver gelatin print 1998 by Kate Breakey. Photo by Wayne Stratz as seen at the Michener Art Museum

Northern Cardinal (Male) II, Cardinalis cardinalis, Hand-painted silver gelatin print 1998 by Kate Breakey

 

 

 

 

 

 

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