Pomegranate: Charley Harper "Nesting Instinct" boxed cardsPomegranate
Home and family, comfort and sustenance—what does “nesting” mean to you? For wildlife artist Charley Harper, it might have called to mind a rose-breasted grosbeak bringing a bug to its nest full of baby birds. Or an eastern meadowlark watching over her eggs in a grassland hideaway. Or an indigo bunting singing a (hopeful!) dinner theme song to a caterpillar within beak’s reach of its leafy home.
In his colorful Minimal Realist style, Harper opened a window on the world of birds, giving folks a peek into their nesting behaviors. Maybe your heart sings at the thought of dinners with loved ones in a home built of twigs. Or maybe you’d rather just lounge on your mid-century modern loveseat and catch up on correspondence. This notecard set’s four images of “Harper happynest” will bring cheer to all.
Contains five each of the following images: Indigo Bunting, Red-eyed Vireos, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Eastern Meadowlark