IntoBirds Spotlights Wildlife Artist 
Whose Art is Light as a Feather

Industry: Environment

Wildlife Artist Helps Others See Nature

DANBURY, Conn. (PRUnderground) September 26th, 2018

IntoBirds, an online magazine, community, and educational resource for all things birds connected with Pat Morris, a wildlife artist in Willington, Connecticut who uses art to help others see nature.

Morris is a gifted wildlife artist that not only uses birds as her inspiration, but she transforms feathers into delicate works of art.

Repurposing Nature
She paints primarily on feathers but also uses found natural objects such as Birch tree bark, mushrooms, and slate as her canvases.

Morris’ gift to paint birds gives a voice to nature and affords onlookers the privilege of enjoying wildlife they might not ever see for themselves.

“One of the greatest rewards of intoBirds is meeting people inspired by birds, and people like wildlife artist Pat Morris who embody the concept that being an artist is celebrating life,” says Reneé Hewitt co-founder, and editor-in-chief of intoBirds. “Pat’s story is inspiring, her artwork is breathtaking, and we’re thrilled to profile Pat and her beautiful brand of art.”

Read intoBirds’ profile about Morris’ unique artwork that is light as a feather here.

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