The California condor continues to inspire artists. Here are 8 prints that have recently joined my collection.
Please consider purchasing your own prints (or originals) of these works. Let’s encourage artists to continue finding inspiration in the condor.
Christina Ball’s project is “Drawing 10,000 Birds”. This is titled “The Ancient Ones”:
Michael Rothman titled this “California Condor”:
By Carla Small:
Crystal Smith has a point to make about lead-poisoning:
Bennubirdy titled this “California Condor (Flight)”:
The 8th print, by Lyn Risling, is titled “Achviivkaam Tu’ípak (Condor Returns)”:
Risling identifies as Karuk/Yurok/Hupa, Native American peoples of northwestern California.
Finally, as a last-minute addition, here is a detail from a large illustration by Jessica French:
French’s original may be seen at the Discovery Center in California’s Andrew Molera State Park. I scanned the above from the Ventana Wildlife Society’s just-published annual report titled 100 Condors!
For more artwork, see the posts And more artwork, Another collection of artworks, and other posts that can be identified by clicking the ART&CRAFT button under POST TOPICS (somewhere on this screen – exactly where depends on your device).