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Dark-eyed Junco Acrylic Print featuring the painting Dark-eyed Junco in Sumac by Barry Kent MacKay

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Dark-eyed Junco in Sumac Acrylic Print

Barry Kent MacKay

by Barry Kent MacKay

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$89.00

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Dark-eyed Junco in Sumac acrylic print by Barry Kent MacKay.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

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The Dark-eyed Junco (Junco hyemalis) has several distinct subspecies and in this painting I have shown the widely-distributed eastern, nominate race,... more

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Artist's Description

The Dark-eyed Junco (Junco hyemalis) has several distinct subspecies and in this painting I have shown the widely-distributed eastern, nominate race, which was once considered a separate species called the “slate-colored junco”, an apt name. I have placed the bird amid the fall leaves of a Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina). These juncos breed in boreal forests (taiga) and higher reaches of the eastern mountains in the U.S., but are common through much of the fall, winter and spring, and sometimes known by the colloquial name “snowbird”. They are easily attracted to bird seed in feeders or spread on the ground – or snow. Females are browner, more softly toned, but still have the “hooded” look with white bellies and bright, white outer tail feathers that show distinctly as the birds fly. Art supply shortages inspired me to experiment painting on a thin sheet of brushed stainless steel, which, with appropriate primer, worked fine. The painting, itself, in in oils and is 1...

About Barry Kent MacKay

Barry Kent MacKay

Renowned Canadian bird artist, writer, naturalist, and conservationist, Barry Kent MacKay has “always been an admirer of birds, anxious to see them, paint them, and care for them.” Barry’s biological and ecological accuracy has put him in demand for commissions, to illustrate books, scientific journals and various print and digital media. He has painted birds and other wildlife from around the world, often life size, working in oils, watercolours, and acrylics. He prefers to sell original art, and keeps prices low. “Actual, original art should be affordable for middle class buyers,” he says. “I avoid having to depend on selling reproductions so that the market does not dictate what I paint, which can often be little-known...

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