Stray Birds Two


    © 2020
  • Dimensions (in inches): 6 x 3.8 x 1
  • Materials:sized paper, oil paint, wood bark, mica, ink, botanical printed papers, cast acrylic, dried daffodilbook board, book cloth
  • Collection of: artists collection (available)


Taken from a collection of epigrams by Tagore, who was a Nobel Laureate for Literature in 1913 and considered by many to India's greatest poet. The book was written in Bengalese, then translated into English by Tagore in 1916. Pointed and pithy, many of these poems celebrate the natural world in a clear and concise way that I appreciate and have deemed worthy of creating custom housings for.
Stray Birds by Rabindrnoth Tagore, verse 23 © 1916 "We, the rustling leaves, have a voice that answers the storms, but who are you so silent?" "I am a mere flower."