The Singing and the Silence: Birds in Contemporary Art
When an individual [bird] is seen gliding through the woods and close to the observer, it passes like a thought, and on trying to see it again, the eye searches in vain; the bird is gone. John James Audubon, 1840
Birds have long been a source of mystery and awe. Today, their magic endures amidst an increasingly fragile landscape. The steady rise in environmental consciousness has fostered a growing desire to connect with the natural world and a resurgence of interest in the winged wonders that surround us daily.
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