Maya. 
Fun fact: #Hyacinth #Macaws are known as the gentle giants. Their beak is strong enough to crack a coconut. They’re the largest #parrot growing to almost 3.5 feet (40 inches) with an adult wingspan of almost 5 feet (60 inches). Their #feathers are my favorite to paint on, as they have the most deep, oceanic blue color. #favorite (Excuse all the hashtags in there. I ALWAYS forget to tag my work.)

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Maya.
Fun fact: #Hyacinth #Macaws are known as the gentle giants. Their beak is strong enough to crack a coconut. They’re the largest #parrot growing to almost 3.5 feet (40 inches) with an adult wingspan of almost 5 feet (60 inches). Their #feathers are my favorite to paint on, as they have the most deep, oceanic blue color. #favorite (Excuse all the hashtags in there. I ALWAYS forget to tag my work.)

Jamie Homeister | Tumblr | Facebook

fer1972 asked:
Wow, Jamie! Everybody in art is making photoset about your work. Congrats!

Really?! That’s ridiculously exciting!! Can’t thank you enough for the exposure. So much gratitude!!

kamainaisdiamonds asked:
Have you ever done a painting on an eagles feather of the Native American founding fathers?

I wish! In America I have no rights to be in possession of any feathers from birds of prey. I’ve been thinking about trying a human portrait on a feather for a while though. It would be an amazing challenge to execute!

Sometimes I have moments where I’m really stupid clever. I had the inspiration today on how to finish out my painting of the girl in the shower. 
Found this awesome double pane glass frame with a stainless steel-ish rim. Mixed a bunch of resin and dropped that shit like rain all over the exterior glass and frame. Looks just like water drops. 

Jamie Homeister | Tumblr | Facebook

Sometimes I have moments where I’m really stupid clever. I had the inspiration today on how to finish out my painting of the girl in the shower.
Found this awesome double pane glass frame with a stainless steel-ish rim. Mixed a bunch of resin and dropped that shit like rain all over the exterior glass and frame. Looks just like water drops.

Jamie Homeister | Tumblr | Facebook

itcolossal:

Delicate Feather Canvases for Intricate Animal Paintings by Jamie Homeister  -  http://itcolossal.com/jamie-homeister/Delicate Feather Canvases for Intricate Animal Paintings by Jamie HomeisterDelicate Feather Canvases for Intricate Animal Paintings by Jamie Homeister.
Artist Jamie Homeister has chosen a truly unconventional canvas for her beautiful animal and bird paintings – feathers. She usually receives the feathers from customers who commission her to paint images of their birds t…

Ahhhh! So honored!

itcolossal:

Delicate Feather Canvases for Intricate Animal Paintings by Jamie Homeister - http://itcolossal.com/jamie-homeister/

Delicate Feather Canvases for Intricate Animal Paintings by Jamie Homeister

Delicate Feather Canvases for Intricate Animal Paintings by Jamie Homeister. Artist Jamie Homeister has chosen a truly unconventional canvas for her beautiful animal and bird paintings – feathers. She usually receives the feathers from customers who commission her to paint images of their birds t…

Ahhhh! So honored!

Two of a kind. 
Both smudging feather sets are made from naturally molted and symmetrical materials.  Each blue and gold Macaw feather has a matching natural heart shape at the top. I found the two blue jay tail feathers, and matching magpie wing feathers in my yard. The cockatoo covet feathers were given to me, as were the breast feathers from a sun conure. I wrapped the quills in copper and threw in three blades of Sweetgrass. I’d love to paint a portrait on a smudging feather for anyone interested. I’ll offer some discounted pricing for the practice of their creation. Holla.

Jamie Homeister | Tumblr | Facebook

Two of a kind.
Both smudging feather sets are made from naturally molted and symmetrical materials. Each blue and gold Macaw feather has a matching natural heart shape at the top. I found the two blue jay tail feathers, and matching magpie wing feathers in my yard. The cockatoo covet feathers were given to me, as were the breast feathers from a sun conure. I wrapped the quills in copper and threw in three blades of Sweetgrass. I’d love to paint a portrait on a smudging feather for anyone interested. I’ll offer some discounted pricing for the practice of their creation. Holla.

Jamie Homeister | Tumblr | Facebook