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My name is Malcolm Bowling to start. What a journey it has been. I have seen a lot, experienced more, and continue in the search for the ultimate: to be able to perceive and understand what is around us in Nature, to learn from the calmness and revitalization one feels when in a beautiful place; or watch something that drives your soul, such as a bird. The continual ebb and flow of nature reveals no prejudice. I think we all need to observe a bird, to get some humility into humanity.

My focus for the moment is birds. I am not a fanatical twitcher but I have always had a passion for them, if you hadn’t noticed. I strive to capture the birds in view of their posture, character and temperament. Taking the photograph to draw from is a challenge in itself. I have two contracts for my drawings with companies in the USA for embroidery and cross-stitch. These birds are dedicated to prints…

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  • Male
  • Born on January 27
  • Joined July 28, 2010

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pencil, oils, photography, printing

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About

My name is Malcolm Bowling to start. What a journey it has been. I have seen a lot, experienced more, and continue in the search for the ultimate: to be able to perceive and understand what is around us in Nature, to learn from the calmness and revitalization one feels when in a beautiful place; or watch something that drives your soul, such as a bird. The continual ebb and flow of nature reveals no prejudice. I think we all need to observe a bird, to get some humility into humanity.

My focus for the moment is birds. I am not a fanatical twitcher but I have always had a passion for them, if you hadn’t noticed. I strive to capture the birds in view of their posture, character and temperament. Taking the photograph to draw from is a challenge in itself. I have two contracts for my drawings with companies in the USA for embroidery and cross-stitch. These birds are dedicated to prints. What makes these prints different is that I have colored my own line digitally, making each not just a copy of the original but a unique artwork in itself.

Each of the signed, limited-edition birds is printed on Innova paper, which is an archival quality photographic or art paper.

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