One of John's favourite birds to see is the Grey Warbler. They're shy birds that you really have to look for, so it's a lovely reward when you do get to see them.
It was the Grey Warbler's shyness that inspired John to create this piece. He'd been wanting to create a large piece with some bright pink manuka flowers for a long while but couldn't decide which bird to use. The thought of putting the shy Grey Warbler front and centre in a bold and punchy piece entertained John so that's how it came together.
The original piece was drawn using high quality coloured pencils upon a recycled rimu canvas.
The digital image sits within a white border on the page. These high quality reproductions are all printed locally within New Zealand, and come with a backing in a protective sleeve.
Please note frame is not included.
Here we find a gorgeous depiction of a Kakapo hand drawn by John upon a door panel rescued from an old kiwi villa. The door frame now creates a beautiful chunky frame to contain the thoughtful looking Kakapo.
Look closely to enjoy the precise detailing in the Kakapo's eye.
The artwork has been hand drawn with coloured pencils and has been sealed with a matt varnish. The artwork is ready to hang.
Please note the artwork is not intended for outdoor use.
The artwork measures 81cm tall by 59cm wide.