This birdhouse was inspired by our landscape of trees, gardens and whimsy. It will provide a welcome spot for a bird to land and possibly dwell with her family. The siding is birch bark, collected from our massive wood pile which is used to heat our home in the winter months.
Out the chimney grows a trailing jade, thriving in a clay pot. An additional patio was added to encourage the gnome gardener; a good luck sign of a happy home!
Artists Bio: Diana & Terry Hatchitt
Terry works out of his wood shop at our home, constructing projects for family and friends. He is a longtime Habitat for Humanity volunteer, now retired from a career with Corporate UPS. He is believed to have been a Norse Viking in a former life.
Diana is a working artist, printing and painting out of a home studio. She has received a BFA in Printmaking along with a minor in Art History from Indiana University and is an active volunteer in the Stillwater community. Her work, mezzotint etchings and relief engravings, have been exhibited at numerous galleries around the country as well as traveling international shows through Print Zero Studios and Oregon Ink Spot.