Newark-based fine arts graduate Rachel Kozlowski is inspired by travel and nature, so it makes sense that she’s hit upon the genius idea of painting intricate portraits of flighty birds — falcons, vultures, owls, macaws and such — on actual feathers.
French artist Isa Barbier deconstructs flight with his billowing installation artwork — he hangs feathers on fine filament so gravity never gets its way with them. Hauntingly beautiful.
Kate MccGwire creates the most beautiful and intriguing sculptures and installations. Her work with feathers is incredible, and it kind of makes you feel like you’re looking at a giant, infinite bird. Her work is currently on display at La Galerie Particuliere in Paris, so flock to see it while it lasts.