Bird Prints of the Sierra Madre Charcoal Ink Paintings
These 11" by 17" prints of paintings by David Werner portray four characteristic birds of Mexico’s Sierra Madre Occidental. They are available to you for a small contribution.
While each painting is a work of art, it is also a detailed study of the bird species, together with a botanically accurate depiction of typical plant species and native insects.
David Werner studied Sumie ink painting under a Zen Master in Kyoto, Japan, in 1962. His black and white bird portraits reveal a blend between Eastern emphasis on essence and space, and Western emphasis on detail.
Please send me the following prints of David Werner’s BIRDS OF THE SIERRA MADRE with information on the bird and plants in their habitat.
- ___ Magpie Jay (Urraca) Calocitta formosa
___ Kiskadee Flycatcher (Chatillo) Pitangus sulphuratus
___ Empidona Flycatcher (Enjambrero) Empidonax sp.
___ Brown-Throated Wren (Saltapared) Troglodytes brunneicollis
___ Complete set of four