Hidden away in a cluster of ferns, a pair of robins have made their nest. Woven through the many stems, the nest has become entangled upon the ferns unfurling, which begins to unravel daily. As the warmth on the sun drapes over the ferns it warms the eggs clustered in their nest below. Keeping safeguard over her new hope this mother robin perches above, resting and surveying. A number of techniques and mediums were used in the creation of this piece. The background is fabric painted and the duckling, weed, and water line were achieved through quilting, applique, embroidery, textile techniques. These techniques create the different textures from the warm feathers to the delicate leaves. Unfortunately, the three-dimensional relief doesn't show particularly well in the photos, so please take a look at the depth of the piece to get an idea of the overall This piece has been professionally framed, with a white mount and white box frame, with glass. It is ready to hang. Please note due to the current situation this piece is currently unframed and will be framed as soon as possibe.