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Baby Bird Weekender Tote Bag featuring the photograph Spring's Sweet Song by Jill Love

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Spring's Sweet Song Weekender Tote Bag

Jill Love

by Jill Love



Rope Color

Image Size


Background Color

Orange 1

Product Details

Our weekender tote bags are chic and perfect for a day out on the town, a staycation, or a weekend getaway.   The tote is crafted with soft, spun poly-poplin fabric and features double-stitched seams for added durability.   The 1" thick cotton handles are perfect for carrying the bag by hand or over your shoulder.   This is a must-have for the summer.

Design Details

On a late spring morning in Michigan, a baby Baltimore Oriole fell out of the nest a bit too soon. His parents had their nest very high in a tree,... more

Care Instructions

Spot clean or dry clean only.

Ships Within

2 - 3 business days

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Spring's Sweet Song Photograph by Jill Love


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Spring's Sweet Song Acrylic Print

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Comments (18)

Jill Love

Jill Love

Thanks! The orioles are back and there will be more babies soon. :)

Nicole Jean-Louis

Nicole Jean-Louis

Lovely! L/F

Jill Love

Jill Love

I've been out of town! Such lovely comments and features in my absence. Thank you.

Johanna Hurmerinta

Johanna Hurmerinta

Fantastic image, Jill :) Fv

Felicia Tica

Felicia Tica

Such a wonderful piece!

Irina Effa

Irina Effa

Beautiful, congrats on Special Feature! F/L

Sorin Apostolescu

Sorin Apostolescu

Very beautiful work !

Sandi OReilly

Sandi OReilly

Terrific capture, congrats on Special Feature in Visions of Spring-Glances of Summer!! F/L

RC DeWinter

RC DeWinter

Congrats on your special feature in Visions Of Spring - Glances Of Summer!

Dora Sofia Caputo Photographic Art and Design

Dora Sofia Caputo Photographic Art and Design

Fantastic capture of a baby Oriole out of his nest! Lovely composition, great colors, detail, texture and treatment! Congrats, Jill! This fine piece is being featured in the Special Featured Artists of the Week Section of the Visions of Spring - Glances of Summer Homepage. F/L.

Janette Boyd

Janette Boyd

Nice treatment and wonderful expression of the Oriole! f/l/tweet

Jill Love

Jill Love

Thank you for the features and the comments. I appreciate it. :)

Inge Riis McDonald

Inge Riis McDonald

Lovely work Jill:)

RC DeWinter

RC DeWinter

Nice post work, charmingly expressive, l/f

Craig McCausland

Craig McCausland

Really nice image Jill! Congrats!

Artist's Description

On a late spring morning in Michigan, a baby Baltimore Oriole fell out of the nest a bit too soon. His parents had their nest very high in a tree, and it was full of hungry babies.

It was no surprise that this little fellow fell out. He clung to a low shrub and cried often so his parents knew where he was. They both came over and check on him regularly. He held tight, napped, and allowed me to get very close.

I wanted to touch him, save him, feed him... but I let his parents and Mother Nature care for him and hoped for the best. These brilliant, orange Orioles come in spring and eat our oranges and grape jelly like crazy. Then after their young are born, they move on.

I already miss their sweet song as spring becomes summer. I hope this little friend made it and comes back for a visit next year. I'll be waiting.

About Jill Love

Jill Love

My memories begin as a five-year-old-free-spirit discovering and creating anything 'beautiful.' I was bold, creative, curious, and loved adventure. It stands to reason that when I spray painted the neighbor's black hearse a sparkling shade of silver that I was destined to be an artist. Now that I'm in my 7th decade, my free spirit has settled down a bit (the hearse owner would be glad). Still, curiosity, creativity, and an eye for beauty define me. Lots of things inspire me in my art. I love traveling, and have been afforded the opportunity to see wonderful places all over the world. I then share our travel destinations with others so they can experience the beauty out there too. Another passion of mine is ornamental gardening. Flowers...