Dressed in robes of royal red, blue, and purple, she is a queen and she knows what she wants and how she wants it. And like all queens, she has many courtiers attending her, all in emerald green livery, so drab by comparison but still stunning. The female and male eclectus parrots are in fact so different in colour that they were thought to be different species (see second photo).
This fine-art print comes on archival heavyweight fine art paper. Each print is hand-signed and editioned.
- Small 18x18cm, edition of 25
- Medium 28x28cm, edition of 10
- Large 40x40cm, edition of 5
- Extra-large 80x80, edition of 3 (metal or fine art paper; please allow extra time for printing; also available on canvas by special request)
Exhibited in: "Birds on a Wire" solo exhibition (April, 2018). Published in: Artists Down Under magazine (Feb, 2018).
10% of my proceeds go to World Parrot Trust to support their conservation efforts.
eclectus parrot, Eclectus roratus