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Gorgeous graphic garden birds from wildlife artist Sarah Taylor

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Basil the Blue Tit Canvas

From £125.00 - £249.00

Burberry Canvas

From £125.00 - £249.00

Hoot-a-nanny Canvas

From £125.00 - £249.00

Dylan the Peacock Canvas

From £125.00 - £249.00

Percival Peacock Canvas

From £125.00 - £249.00

Peter Puffin Canvas

From £125.00 - £249.00

Grace Canvas

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Goldie Canvas

From £125.00 - £249.00

Robbie Dazzler Canvas

From £125.00 - £249.00

Basil the Blue Tit Framed Print

From £95.00 - £165.00

Burberry Framed Print

From £95.00 - £165.00

Hoot-a-nanny Framed Print

From £95.00 - £165.00

Dylan the Peacock Framed Print

From £95.00 - £165.00

Percival Peacock Framed Print

From £95.00 - £165.00

Peter Puffin Framed Print

From £95.00 - £165.00

Grace Framed Print

From £95.00 - £165.00

Goldie Framed Print

From £95.00 - £165.00

Robbie Dazzler Framed Print

From £95.00 - £165.00

Basil the Blue Tit Fine Art Print

From £50.00 - £180.00

Burberry Fine Art Print

From £50.00 - £180.00

Hoot-a-nanny Fine Art Print

From £50.00 - £180.00

Dylan the Peacock Fine Art Print

From £50.00 - £180.00

Percival Peacock Fine Art Print

From £50.00 - £180.00

Throughout the course of the 2020 lock-down, I became increasingly aware of the birds in our garden. While we were confined to the indoors, they were singing louder than ever, getting more adventurous, and flocking together in greater numbers. Their colourful feathers and beautiful song provided positivity and inspiration in an intimate setting from my studio window.   Tucked quietly into our back garden, my studio is the perfect place for me (and my cat, Frankie) to observe our feathered friends fully without disturbing them too much.

From blue tits to starlings, sparrows to owls and cheeky little robins, our garden birds are a constant chirpy delight, singing merrily even through the most uncertain of times. Now you can enjoy their positivity inside your home thanks to our range of Garden Birds paintings, bringing a splash of animated colour in from the outside.  The vibrant, vivacious action shots of these cheeky little warblers don't need feeding, but that doesn't stop them from swooping into your home and capturing your imagination!  Which of our feathered friends will you choose?

How about Basil the Blue Tit? Basil is the current champion of our aerial acrobatics’ tournament. The ease and finesse on display as he negotiates the various obstacles around the performance arena (otherwise known as the back garden) is second to none. All the judges agree that his front tuck half-turn double pike switches leg 360 twists around the peanut feeder are truly unbeatable.

 

Browse our British Wildlife collection to find our popular owl prints, peacock paintings and pheasant art, or check out the Jungle animals page for birds with more exotic plumage!  For updates on new work projects involving garden birds and other indigenous wildlife, please follow Sarah on social media.