Mia Taninaka's 'Salvation' is this month's inspiration for the October Challenge at ARTastic.
The criteria is wood and/or feathers - real or fake!
Here is my take on the challenge. The background cardstock is inked around the edges and sprayed with glimmer mist to echo the owl's feathers. I used some wood grain paper from stash and a couple of feathers, chipboard letters, inked, and a hand cut branch and leaves, just because!
This barn owl was caught up on a barbed wire fence, and luckily, found by Dennis who carefully rescued him and brought him up to the house. The only suitable container I could find was the washing basket, where 'Owly' patiently waited while I phoned the wildlife rescue service.
We duly delivered him to his carer, where he was carefully looked after and fed on a yummy diet of frozen mice, but sadly, he did not recover and died a week later. He was a lovely bird, and his memory is worth preserving.
Thanks for looking!