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"It wasnít until we lived in the woods that I understood just how much woodpeckers enjoy berries. Each fall our menagerie of woodpeckers takes full advantage of the wild grapes, Virginia creeper, and dogwoods on our land. In painting Grape Harvest, it was fun to duplicate the spots and yellow feathers of the flicker amid the grapes and yellow leaves."
John Sillís artwork has appeared in numerous magazines, including several
covers of Bird Watcherís Digest. He has illustrated a number of books, including 18 natural history childrenís books written by his wife. Johnís paintings have been exhibited in Birds in Art at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wisconsin, and in Art of the Animal Kingdom at Bennington Center for the Arts in Vermont.