Hummingbird Art is extremely popular today.
Historically, these birds have captured the imagination of artists of every genre.
Native American and South American Indians believed in the strong symbolism of the amazing bird.
They decorated themselves ceremoniously with images of the hummingbird.
They told stories and sang songs about them.
The Pilgrims wore hummingbird earrings when they first visited the Indians.
There is evidence of a vast supply of art forms with the hummingbird theme from the past centuries.
Today, hummingbirds are more popular in art than ever before.
The inspiration of the tiny creature with iridescent feathers is revealed though every artistic outlet available.
There are original paintings by Frieda Kahlo and many other famous artists.
This original art is available in the more affordable form of posters.
There have been many artists who have taken the hummingbird theme to creative levels.
Hummingbirds have been subjects of many drawings.
The Audubon Society was named after the nature artist James Audubon, because of his highly detailed drawings of birds, including some of hummingbirds.
Another artist that comes to mind is John Gould who is famous for his highly decorative monographs of hummingbirds.
Hummingbird gifts are welcomed for all occasions.
You’ll find jewelry, stained glass, wind chimes, coffee mugs, fountains, clocks and other items too numerous to mention here.(See our selection of Hummingbird Gifts)
There are hummingbird sculptors, woodcarvings and prints.
Hummingbirds are commonly used in the popular folk art.
Musicians write hummingbird lyrics and perform songs inspired by the tiny energetic creature.
Hummingbird tattoos are common these days and make the most endearing body art.
Commercial artists use hummingbird designs for clipart.
Clipart is used everywhere from classrooms, home crafts, or businesses.
Modern culture has a prolific amount of hummingbird art extracted from the past and continually giving birth to new themes and forms of art today.