MURMURATIONS

MURMURATIONS

Every year between Autumn and February, starlings flock together to create huge and magnificent ‘murmurations’. Surely one of natures best sights - the starlings form into sweeping ball like chaps in their thousands, sometimes, hundreds of thousands before flying down and roosting in the trees.

"And, in the isolation of the sky, at evening casual flocks make ambiguous undulations as they sink, downward to darkness, on extended wings.
Wallace Stevens Harmonium,'Sunday Morning’

30x80cm
Indian Inks and acrylics on canvas
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MURMURATIONS

Every year between Autumn and February, starlings flock together to create huge and magnificent ‘murmurations’. Surely one of natures best sights - the starlings form into sweeping ball like chaps in their thousands, sometimes, hundreds of thousands before flying down and roosting in the trees.

"And, in the isolation of the sky, at evening casual flocks make ambiguous undulations as they sink, downward to darkness, on extended wings.
Wallace Stevens Harmonium,'Sunday Morning’

30x80cm
Indian Inks and acrylics on canvas
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