This artist created a miniature museum for her birds


Hazel Grace, an artist from the Phillippines, created a rather unusual art gallery.

Grace spent seven hours creating a mini-museum for her birds, according to Newsflare. She reimagined famous works of art — like “The Scream” and “Girl with a Pearl Earring” — with an avian twist.

Grace’s cockatiel, lovebirds and budgies were greeted with more than art. There were a few signs that read “No Pooping” and “No Seeds & Drinks Allowed.”

Other works Grace updated with birds were Norman Rockwell’s “American Gothic,” Vincent van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and James McNeil Whistler’s “Portrait of the Artist’s Mother.”

Making museums for pets has been a common theme throughout quarantine. An Italian couple in London created a detailed, realistic art gallery for their pet gerbils — complete with remakes of famous paintings, tiny gallery assistant stools and miniature wall labels.

It took Grace seven hours to build her bird sanctuary and the couple four hours. With all this extra free time in quarantine, this seems to be a fun activity for you and your pets!

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