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Original artwork created in September 2019 of an Australian rainbow bee-eater painted in expressive, loose style to capture the beautiful feathers and colours of this adorable bird. I was inspired to paint it after my trip to Kangaroo Island.

The Rainbow Bee-Eater is a spectacular bird. With its green, blue, chestnut and yellow plumage, its slim build, slender curved bill and distinctive streamers that extend from the end of its tail, it is simply beautiful. Bee-Eaters are a familiar sight in many lightly-timbered parts of mainland Australia, where they often perch on fence-posts or overhead wires, then launch after flying insects, flying swiftly, sometimes with rapid twists and turns, before snapping the insect in its bill, and returning to the perch to eat it.

Sealed with semi gloss varnish. Varnished and ready to hang with D-rings and wire.

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Patrycja Whipp

AUD$460
Size: 50w x 50h x 2d cms
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Original artwork created in September 2019 of an Australian rainbow bee-eater painted in expressive, loose style to capture the beautiful feathers and colours of this adorable bird. I was inspired to paint it after my trip to Kangaroo Island.

The Rainbow Bee-Eater is a spectacular bird. With its green, blue, chestnut and yellow plumage, its slim build, slender curved bill and distinctive streamers that extend from the end of its tail, it is simply beautiful. Bee-Eaters are a familiar sight in many lightly-timbered parts of mainland Australia, where they often perch on fence-posts or overhead wires, then launch after flying insects, flying swiftly, sometimes with rapid twists and turns, before snapping the insect in its bill, and returning to the perch to eat it.

Sealed with semi gloss varnish. Varnished and ready to hang with D-rings and wire.