The puffin is known for its striking technicolor beak. However, its vibrancy changes throughout the year. In the spring, when breeding season starts, its beak becomes brightly coloured yellow and orange. This may be a sign of being more experienced and healthy, thus a better mate. Their beaks can even glow in the dark! In the winter, when they no longer have to show off, their beaks become less vibrant in colour.
Acrylic paint and genuine sea-tumbled glass were used to create this artwork.
11x14 perimeter white shadow-box style frame (glass covered) with double mat.