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Chris Maynard has found his medium in bird feathers, oh yeah.... so cool! The sculptures he creates with handed down surgical tool from his father are nothing short of stunning! While keeping the found feathers in their three dimensional form he creates, sometimes by trial and error the most beautiful compositions of positive and negative space without a barb missing! All feathers from the different flocks are legal and from private aviaries and even some have to be approved by federal and state authorities. But don't worry Chris's work is about to take flight in a big way so stick around and see what happens next.

If you are in the Seattle area you can see his...

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Thanks Sarah for a glimpse into your feather making frenzy!  We are in love with your new feather and horse tail accessory line.  I have to admit I got a pair over a year ago and wear them almost everyday and they are so durable and still beautiful (yes, this is Cariann, would be worried if it was Paul wearing them :)

Sarah recently just joined the social media world so give her a warm web welcome by liking her Facebook page!  Check out her lovely stocked store here and her blog for up to date posts on her latest creations.

Have a great weekend everyone...

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Quell 2011: Pigeon feathers, mixed media and antique cabinet 865 x 5470 x 1560 cm.

Lure 2011: Crow feathers, mixed media and antique cabinet 460 x 550 x 1720 mm.

Evacuate 2010: Site-specific installation. Mixed media with feathers (Mallard, goose, peacock, pheasant, teal, woodcock, woodpigeon, quail, grouse, French partridge, turkey and chicken) 400 x 350 x 120 cm (approximately).

Kate MccGwire’s Evacuate [also] plays with the historicism of the mansion - this time focusing on...

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