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From my "Aviary" series! Printed in my studio in Bloomington, Indiana, using all archival pigment inks on acid-free matte photo paper, with a white border to make framing easy. Pigment inks and paper are rated to last at least 90 years.


Available as an 8x10 or 11x14 (both standard sizes for framing!)


This print is in landscape format.


Each piece comes signed and will be shipped flat in a rigid mailer via First Class USPS.


***Please note this print arrives unframed***

Fun peacock facts!


Indian peafowl are a species in a group of birds called pheasants. The males are called peacocks, while the females are called peahens. Together, they are peafowl! Peafowl are among the largest of all flying birds. Indian peafowl are native to India, Sri Lanka, and other regions of South Asia, and they are the national bird of India. They've been introduced to other countries, usually as exhibits in parks, zoos, and nature centers or as domestic pets. They roost in trees but scrape holes in the ground under thickets to lay their eggs. Even though their tail feathers are long and heavy when folded out, peacocks regularly fly short distances in order to escape to a tree branch for protection from predators or to nest at night. They are omnivores, foraging through leaf litter on the ground for fruit, berries, seeds, flowers, insects, reptiles, amphibians and small mammals. Indian peafowl play a beneficial role in their ecosystem. Due to their diet habits, these birds control the numbers of venomous snakes, lizards, and especially pests such as grasshoppers and other insects.

Peacock in Bloom Print, unframed

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