To celebrate Earth Day and the addition of my Birds-of-Paradise to our print store, we are offering a special selection of square 12 x 12 inch prints for only $100 each.
Each print will be hand-signed by Tim Laman in the one-inch white border. Normally priced at $150, this special $100 sale lasts for just four days, from April 19-22.
As with all my prints, you have the option to have the print mounted to Gatorboard with mount blocks and ready to hang. No framing needed.
I have selected a variety of my favorite Birds-of-Paradise for this initial set of six collectable prints. Red, Blue, Wilson’s, and Western Parotia options will look great in any combination. So think about purchasing a set of two, three, or four, and making a nice arrangement on your wall.
See my Instagram feed and stories @TimLaman for shots of the samples we ordered. I think they look great!
Red Bird-of-Paradise Heart Display
A male Red Bird-of-Paradise performs an inverted display at the top of the rain forest canopy, his extraordinary tail wires forming a heart-shaped arc around his outstretched wings. Top choice for the romantic bird lover.
Western Parotia Bird-of-Paradise Ballerina Dance
A male Western Parotia flares his special chest feathers into a “tutu” and shakes his head wires in the courtship display commonly known as the “ballerina dance”. This extraordinary bird is always a conversation starter.
Blue Bird-of-Paradise in Fruiting Tree
A male Blue Bird-of-Paradise perches on the slender branch of his favorite fruit tree. This photograph will bring color and beauty to any room.
Wilson’s Bird-of-Paradise Head-down Display
A male Wilson’s Bird-of-Paradise attempts to lure a female to his display court by presenting his bright red back towards her. One of Tim’s classic Birds-of-Paradise shots, this image will match with any other BOP picture in this group.
Blue Bird-of-Paradise Inverted Display
A male Blue Bird-of-Paradise hangs upside down and flares out his plumes as he performs a practice display. One of the most extraordinary bird displays ever.
Red Bird-of-Paradise Sunrise Display
A male Red Bird-of-Paradise spreads his wings in display at the top of the rain forest canopy and catches the first rays of the morning sun. Even if you’re not an early bird, you can always admire this one!
Thanks for reading and all the best,