Napa & Solano County Audubon Birds Wall Lighting
Wall sconces needn’t be bland, they can be full of life and can celebrate the world around us. Local photographers Ken Skolnik and Dave McMullen have graciously allowed us to use their images of local Solano County birds, to which we’ve added “habitat”, with natural foliage appropriate to each, tall eucalyptus for the barn owl, nandina, whose flowers attract Anna’s hummingbirds, meadow grasses for the wren and yellow throat. Used singly, or in groups, sconces bathe your walls with light, and find uses in many areas of the home from the entry to the bedroom.
This series of sconces uses photographs of Solano County birds and was created to honor the work of the Napa Solano Audubon Society and support the publication of their Solano County (CA) Breeding Bird Atlas.
20% is Donated to Audubon Society
20% of all sales using these photos, including custom orders, will be donated to this effort.
More information about Napa Solano Audubon Society and their Breeding Bird Atlas can be found on their website: www.napasolanoaudubon.com.