Yellow Warblers Canvas Print

The Yellow Warblers artwork on a large stretched canvas print, as envisioned in a golden colored living room.
The Yellow Warblers artwork on a large stretched canvas print, as displayed in the golden hues of a Colorado living room.

The Yellow Warblers Canvas Print

Now you can own a wrapped canvas print of my yellow warbler digital art. Made from an additive-free cotton-poly blend archival paper, these canvases make for long lasting, fade resistant prints. Using pigment-based inks (rather than dye-based inks), this artwork is printed at the highest resolution, preserving all the original detail and full-color spectrum.

Available in sizes from 11″x11″ to 40″x40″. Click to see pricing and delivery options.

  • A gallery quality Giclee print, available in multiple standard and custom sizes
  • Pigment-based inks for full-color spectrum high-resolution printing
  • Special ink-receptive coating to protect printed surface from cracking when stretching
  • Made with a tight weave ideal for crisp printing fine art
The Yellow Warblers artwork on a large stretched canvas print, as envisioned in a green and gold stylish living room.
The ‘Yellow Warblers’ artwork on a large stretched canvas print, in a stylish green and gold New York City living room.

Why Invest in Art?

  • Art can make a space more beautiful and inviting. A well-chosen piece of art can add color, texture, and interest to a room, making it more visually appealing. It can also create a sense of warmth and personality.
  • Art can reflect your personal style. When you choose art that you love, it can say something about your taste and interests. It can also be a conversation starter, sparking interesting discussions with guests.
  • Art can boost your mood and productivity. Studies have shown that viewing art can reduce stress, improve mood, and increase creativity. If you spend a lot of time in your home or office, displaying art can be a great way to improve your overall well-being.
  • Art can increase the value of your property. If you ever decide to sell your home or office, art can add value to the property. Buyers are often drawn to homes and offices that are decorated with art, as it shows that the owner has taste and attention to detail.
  • Art can help to create a sense of calm and relaxation. If you have a busy and stressful lifestyle, displaying art in your home or office can be a great way to create a more peaceful and relaxing environment.
  • Art can help to stimulate conversation and creativity. When you have art on display, it can be a great conversation starter with guests. It can also inspire creativity and imagination.
The ‘Yellow Warblers’ canvas print, as seen in a modern Montana hotel lobby, decorated in off white tones.

American Yellow Warblers

Yellow warblers (sometimes known as American yellow warblers – aka Setophaga petechia) are small, insect-eating songbirds that are found in North America, and also migrate to Central and South America. They are one of the most common warbler species in North America, and their bright yellow plumage and sweet songs make them a favorite of birdwatchers.

Mature yellow warblers are about 5-6 inches long and weigh about 0.36 ounces. They have bright yellow bodies with black streaks on their heads and breasts. This beautiful bird is known for its yellow and greenish-golden plumage.  The males have a chestnut-colored crown, while the females and immature birds have a paler crown. Yellow warblers have black eyes and legs, and their bills are short and thin.

They prefer to nest in thickets and shrubs near water, such as willows, alders, and cottonwoods. The female builds a cup-shaped nest out of grasses, leaves, and bark, and lines it with softer materials such as fur or hair. She lays 4-5 eggs, which hatch after about 12 days.

After breeding, yellow warblers migrate to Central and South America for the winter. They often winter in mangrove forests, where they eat insects and spiders.

Sweet, Sweet, I’m So Sweet

Yellow warblers are known for their sweet, whistled songs. The male’s song is a series of 6-10 notes that accelerate over the course of the song and often end on a rising note. The male yellow warbler’s song is a sweet, high-pitched warble that is often described as sounding like “sweet, sweet, I’m so sweet.” The song is a common sound of spring and early summer mornings, and it can be repeated as often as 10 times per minute.

Yellow warblers are an important part of the North American ecosystem. They help control insect populations, and their bright plumage and songs add beauty to our natural world.

A close-up of the intricate details found in the ‘Yellow Warbler’ canvas print.

Yellow Warblers Video

The Yellow Warbler Canvas Print – Color Palette

I used a color design tool to extract and identify some of the dominant colors found in the yellow warbler digital artwork. The yellow-gold color labeled as ‘confetti’ is the dominate yellow tone in this art, but there are many other shades of yellow-gold in the feathers and foliage. I’ve never heard that orange tone called ‘geebung’ before, and it’s certainly not one of the dominant colors.

A color palette generated from some of the colors used in the yellow warbler canvas print.
A color palette generated from some of the colors used in the yellow warbler canvas print via

Related Links and Resources

  1. Patterns in Art – Patterns are repeated designs; an arrangement of lines or shapes repeating at regular intervals. Patterns occur in many natural things as part of God’s design. 
  2. American Yellow WarblerSetophaga petechia – article on Wikipedia
  3. Purchase the Yellow Warblers canvas print via Zazzle – available in various sizes from 11×11 inches to 40×40 inches
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