Indigo Bunting


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Artist, Laura Mark-Finberg provides a fleeting glimps of a male  indigo bunting  on early summer blossoms . Like all other blue birds, Indigo Buntings lack blue pigment. Their jewel-like color comes instead from microscopic structures in the feathers that refract and reflect blue light, much like the airborne particles that cause the sky to look blue. This original acrylic painting is Image Size 11" X 14"  framed size 17" x 20". SOLD Want to know more about Indigo Buntings?