John J Audubon’s Birds of America May 1, 2021 American White Pelican John J Audubon (1785-1851) American Read about John J Audubon HERE See the Birds of America HERE Enjoy the beautiful book HERE Related 11 responses to “John J Audubon’s Birds of America” You’ve got to love it! Very cool! Lori, have you done a pelican motif? No! But I’m inspired to! Beautiful. We have a large number of grey pelican’s here along the Gulf Coast. They look scruffy compared the the white superior one in this photo. Love the birds…pritns as well as quilted! He’s looking pretty grand and dignified here. 🙂 What an elegant, regal pose he strikes. Stunning are his curves, textures, and colors. He looks as though he is dressed for an elaborate event that he is about to officiate. He is the perfect model for an amazing thread painted art piece. Thank you, Lori, for sharing this. Ah, the pelican, the pelican, his bill can hold more than his belly can! What a beautiful painting. All of his paintings were amazing! I’ve enjoyed John Audubon’s bird paintings and discovered that some of them have been digitized for the embroidery machine. I’ve stitched out the swan, the seagulls, two species of herons and an egret and made them into pillows. These designs are beautifully digitized by excellent artists and available at Embroidery Library. Enjoy! Claire Watts He is Stunning….! I would love to Collage Him. Embroidery Library have some Audubon designs for machine embroidery. Stunning pictures. Comments are closed.