21" h x 38.5" w
Alaska, a place of cold dark winters, is often brightened at dawn and dusk with skies filled with soft, beautiful shades of pink, purple, and green. Redpolls, well adapted to survive very cold temperatures, are one of the few species that live in interior Alaska year-round. They are found in flocks, twittering and fluttering from tree to tree as they feed on seeds.
This work was displayed at Birds of a Fiber, March 29 – April 30, 2022 at the Pacific Northwest Quilt and Fiber Arts Museum in La Conner, WA