This body of work was inspired by the 19th century American naturalist John James Audubon and scientific field guides. The first painting in the collection, Pictorial Encyclopedia of Shakespearean Birds, catalogs feathers from every bird mentioned in Shakespeare's writing. It was acquired by the Folger Shakespeare Library of Washington DC in 2012.

Pictorial Encyclopedia of Shakespearean Birds
4x8 feet, acrylic ink on paper

Circumventing The Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918
30x22 inches, acrylic ink on paper

Wild Turkey
22x15 inches, acrylic ink on paper

Belted Kingfisher, Kestrel, Blue Parrot, Cuckoo
10x15 inches, acrylic ink on paper

Jay, Kestrel, Woodpecker
22x15 inches, acrylic ink on paper

Peacock Pheasant
15x22 inches, acrylic ink on paper

A Birdwatcher’s Feather Collection
11x8 inches, acrylic ink on paper

Western Flicker
8x8 inches, acrylic ink on paper

Birds of the American Midwest II
15x22 inches, acrylic ink on paper

Pair of Taxidermied Partridges, Female
22x30 inches, acrylic ink on paper