'Australian Magpies: Rummaging through the Leaves' Art Print by Chris Spiker

'Australian Magpies: Rummaging through the Leaves' Art Print. Photo: supplied View larger

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Description

This art print is a reproduction of an original watercolour painting by Chris Spiker.

'Australian (Western) Magpie' (Cracticus tibicen dorsalis)

One of the real favourite birds of the South West of Western Australia, the Western Magpie can be observed in bushland, open paddocks and in urban areas including household gardens. These magpies get around either as pairs in small groups of about 10 or 12 birds. Such flocks will often include mature adults as well as a few immature birds which have more mottled and grey pattern on their front and back. They eat mainly insects, small reptiles, frogs and many types of seeds and are well known for their beautiful carolling in the evenings. Magpies typically live for about five years but sometimes around 20 years.

About the Artist:
Chris Spiker is a self-taught artist who works mostly in watercolours, depicting the birds, animals and flora of Western Australia. He lives in Margaret River, Western Australia.

Features

Materials Printed on Hahnemuhle photo rag bright white paper. Comes with white mount, ready to frame.
Dimensions Picture size: 28.5 x 19cm, Mount board size: 38.5 x 29cm
Origin Made in Western Australia

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