To all of you sitting at home chilling with your pets, wouldn’t you love to make their day even better than it is now? Of course, you would!
Rebecca Keen, a resident of Delaware, whom you may know from her famous gerbil art gallery, did not know what else to do in quarantine, so she made a miniature art gallery for her budgies. She’s got seven of them, by the way.
Here’s the overview. As you can see, not much action is happening… yet.
Edvard Munch’s Scream becomes the Squawk, of course.
Michelangelo’s Creation of Man turns into the Creation of Bird. Obviously.
Now what the squawk is a miniature art gallery for pets? Thanks for asking! You see, when a person is even somewhat talented and has amazingly creative ideas, they can get away with low-quality content. Yeah, I said it, this gallery is not filled with masterpieces, but the paintings, or should I drawings, are serviceable and very cute to look at.
Johannes Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring is now a budgie.
And Van Gogh’s ever-fantastic Starry Night is taken to the next level and became Starry Flight. ‘Cuz birds, get it?
Rebecca redrew iconic paintings from different eras, and to make them more appealing for the birds, she drew the “paintings” with her beloved budgies as the main characters. And as you’re about to see, they really appreciate Rebecca’s thoughtfulness!
Here’s Van Gogh’s famous Sunflowers, but it’s Millet now. And budgies love it!
Last but not least, we have green, blue, and yellow squares, which was based on the painting of Piet Mondrian “Composition with Red Blue and Yellow.”