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Abstract Orange Bird Decoration by Get Fired Up Art

$10.00

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Birds symbolize lighthearted freedom. Birds symbolize freedom because they can walk on the earth and swim in the sea, like us humans, but they also have the ability to fly into the sky. They can symbolize eternal life and serve as a connection between the earthly life and the spirit world.These birds represent the small things in life, reminding us to enjoy life and simple pleasures. Like a tiny bird seeking nectar, we should be looking for what is good in life.Using a French pattern, modern pastel fabrics are hand sewn together and carefully stuffed to make the 3D bird. Birds can be used as decoration anywhere in the home, on top of a present or two can be placed on a stick, as lovebirds. 3cm high x 11cm long x 3cm wide
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Francine Nugent, from Get Fired Up Art, is an artist working in a variety of media, including clay and fiber. Inspired by the landscapes and colour palettes of her home in cool Chicago and new home in warm Australia. She gets fired up about art!Francine is an artist who lives and works in Prahran. Her work is inspired by philosophy, nature and experiences. Using craft and surface pattern, Francine is focused on creating bold, colourful work in three dimensions.Her artwork is generally very clean and simple. She is interested in reducing her works of art to their essential form, while continuing to engage and bring joy. The work is meant to be touched, held and used, to enjoy it fully.Francine studied a variety of art disciplines in America and Australia. She co-owned a pottery called Jailhouse Potters in Woodstock Illinois. The 1850’s building was the old jail and is on the historic Woodstock Square. It was a beautiful shop displaying and selling her work and the work of local artists. She also ran a successful school, teaching wheel throwing and hand building with clay to children, adults and those with special needs. With clay,wheels, kilns and glaze materials onsite, she explored many aspects of ceramics and firings. She enjoyed great success and joy within the community.