Wildlife Artist Captures Spring & Summer Birds in a Post-Pandemic Era

Artist Holly Wach brings our feathered friends to the forefront this spring and summer as we connect with nature after COVID-19
By: AT3 Company
PAWTUCKET, R.I. - May 13, 2021 - PRLog -- Wildlife artist, Holly Wach of Rhode Island, has a true passion for spring.  Her creativity ignites and motivates her to take the brush in hand.  Her subjects?  The beautiful spectrum of birds that visit our gardens and parks reminds us of the importance of appreciating nature. Her studio is like a walk in the park and there, adoring every inch of space imaginable, the Fledgling Carolina Wren, the Yellow Warbler, the Fledgling Blue Jay, the American Gold Finch, the Dark-Eyed Junco, and so many more that would mesmerize the average bird watcher. Holly describes the experience with these creatures that inspires her imagination.

"Bright feathers of sunshine. Many are spunky little showmen. So many colored varieties. There are new and old favorites that dance across the foliage. I add lots of flora to my paintings—they come alive. I love the images of flowers covering the fields--a symphony of greens, yellows, blues, and so many more beautiful colors and shapes swaying in the wind as the birds play above them."

We invite art lovers to visit the Holly Wach website and tour her spring collection. Also, listen to her share the vision of spring and the beautiful creatures that are intertwined with her life on June 2, 2021, with artist Suzanne Redmond. Suzanne will share a conversation with Holly on her podcast, The Left Brain Artist, found on most podcast platforms including Apple, Google Play, Stitcher, CastBox, iHeart Radio, Amazon, Spotify, and many more. More information can be found at:
and at https://www.HollyWach.com

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