Vanessa Thorman Studio
Blue Jay - Fine Art Print
Blue Jay - Fine Art Print
To best protect your artwork and ensure its longevity, keep out of direct sunlight.
It's recommended that you keep it in the protective sleeve until you're ready to frame it. Enjoy!
Blue Jay Print of Original Watercolor Painting
Species: Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata)
- Orientation: Portrait (vertical)
- Materials: 100% cotton, acid-free fine art paper with a matte finish. Ultra-thick (300 grams) with a luxurious feel. Archival inks for enduring beauty.
- Options: Various options are available - please select your preferred size from the dropdown menu. The print is unframed.
- Giclée Method: Museum-quality archival reproduction of an original watercolor painting by Vanessa Thorman created using the giclée method, which is the highest standard for fine art prints.
- Care Instructions: To maximize the life of your artwork, keep it away from direct sunlight.
- Branding: The final printed product will be free of any watermarks for a clean and beautiful presentation.
- Hand-signed and dated by artist for added authenticity.
Please note that this listing is for the giclée print only. The print comes unframed and without a mat, allowing you the freedom to personalize the presentation according to your unique style. The lifestyle photos provided showcase how the print would look when framed, offering inspiration for your own display options.
My artwork allows you to live with your favorite bird and animals (without the mess!), bringing with it the beauty and serenity that only nature can provide. Studies have shown that bird and wildlife artwork improves mental health and overall well-being? So, uplift your spirit with this painting!
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Did you know?
Blue Jays (Cyanocitta cristata) are renowned for their impressive vocal abilities and mimicry skills. These intelligent birds can imitate a wide range of sounds, from the calls of other bird species to human-made noises like car alarms and even human speech.
Blue Jays play a crucial ecological role as seed dispersers. Their habit of caching (hiding) surplus food, such as acorns, for later consumption leads to the inadvertent planting of trees. They often forget where they've hidden some of their caches, allowing these seeds to germinate and grow into new plants, contributing to forest regeneration and diversity.
While Blue Jays appear to be a vibrant blue color, their feathers actually lack blue pigments. The unique structure of their feathers causes light interference, leading to the perception of blue. When light hits their feathers, the microscopic structure scatters shorter wavelengths (blue) more effectively than longer wavelengths (red), creating the vivid blue hue that we associate with these striking birds.