Thursday, June 25, 2009

Bird Cages

I have a thing for bird cages, but I am not a huge fan of caged birds, or anything caged for that matter. So here you go, a couple of empty bird cages. I drew these about a month ago, but I had some problems with my printer/scanner.

China ink on watercolor paper

10 comments:

Sofia said...

This post made me realise that I like cages too, but the real metal ones with details on the metal. With no birds inside of course. We can always use a cage to expose something we like:)

lolly-jolly said...

the 1st one is pretty :P

Danette said...

I also really love the first one.....gorgeous!!

marancat said...

These are beautiful - very creative idea!

nanke's stuff said...

Very nicely done! nancy

Kelly said...

...beautiful drawings. I too love bird cages, but prefer to see my birds flying free as you do.

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Me too! I LOVE birdcages, but hate to see caged birds.
I've been meaning to draw some, myself. Another thing to add to the list. Lovely drawings.

parrot cages said...

I like those, why dont you try sending them to a manufacturer and getting them made? Personally I like the first one the best. I love the victorian type cages also.

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