I stop on bird photos. It’s just that simple. My maiden name was Byrd, so I endured years of bird slurs from my classmates during grade school. And although that was downer, there were good memories about that name too. When my days in class were boring, I used to imagine that I could simply become a bird and fly right out the window!
How about this canvas we created for Pam. “This is my Black Palm Cockatoo, Kiya, who is 1.5 years old. I had her beak fully shaded black like it will be when she becomes an adult bird. (When they are young, their beak is white.) She is a very sweet bird. She talks, sings, and dances! Canvas on Demand did her canvas to perfection. I’m so satisfied. It is a beautiful piece of art and the service was very professional and very fast. I’m so thrilled. I recommend Canvas on Demand HIGHLY. I am already working on my next photo with them.”
Laetitia asked us to make this canvas of her lovely babies: Ibid, Teflon, Juju, Patrick, Mancala, and Petzi. She explains: “I am an employee of Canvas on Demand, so I’m kind of biased! The canvas really makes the bright colors pop! I love working here and seeing all the great pet photos!” My sentiments too, Laetitia! I feel so privileged to see these amazing images as they pass through the process to become customer canvases.
Ruth painted this wonderful art piece…and then had us make a canvas. She calls it Cock-a-Doodle Dude. “The painting was inspired by hundreds of Red Jungle Fowl I saw roaming free on the island of Kauai, Hawaii. The breed is the ancestor of today’s common domestic chicken. He is doing what Roosters do … he is crowing. When growing up, I had a rooster like this. He was my pet.”
Well there’s the theme for today—Birds of a Feather! And I didn’t get even one little bit bored, so there will be NO need to fly out the window today! Mom