Your work is excellent! Truly remarkable, you certainly have a talent!
I just want to say that this is absolutely gorgeous and I'm so thankful you created it because it is inspiration for my first tattoo :)
I was gonna say the same thing! A great tattoo idea!
I'm dying to get some background on these guys!!! Do you have names/ meanings behind each one?!
I do not believe I could find the person who created this image, I took it for some time already, I'm seriously thinking of using it to make my fifth tattoo that I think will end up as the seventh, my friends want me to do all three :D
Lisa! Thank you. Please move forward and use the owls as your tattoo! Please send me a photo if you can! email@example.com
Hi,I am a Methodist clergy woman. I am doing a funeral for a wonderful woman who loved owls and I would love to put this on her funeral bulletin. I am wondering if I could have permission to do so. You work is truly amazing!Blessings,Katherine Mitchell
Hello Ms. Mitchell--Please feel free to use the owls. If you require a better-quality file or different format, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like me to send something to you for use in the flyer. Best wishes, Rachel
I am an amateur writer, just starting a blog for family and friends, much of it in memory of my lovely mom who just passed away last month. She loved birds. I've prepared a post with a story about a great horned owl. I really admire this work and would love to include it as the illustration, if you would be willing to give permission. Of course I would credit you and link your blog.Thanks for your art and for the consideration, Beth Keech
Bethany, of course. Sorry to hear about your mom. Good luck with the blog, it sounds great. --Rachel
I found your picture "Warrior Owl" one day when I was looking for pictures for an idea for my next tattoo. I instantly fell in love and I was ecstatic I found it. I stumbled upon the image again and finally found your name. I absolutely love the picture and I have every intention of getting either that or "Owls of the Nile" tattooed on my body, possibly both. They are my favorite pictures of owls, which are my most favorite animal. I just want you to know that your artwork is good enough for me to live with on my body for the rest of my life & I'd like to ask permission. Also, I found it hilarious that you are also from Philadelphia as I'm a native Philadelphian myself.
Sarah--Hi, thanks for the message here. Thanks, too, for saying such nice things about the owls. Of course, please get them tattoo'd! Please send me pictures at email@example.com!
so beautiful, i would love to know the meaning behind them. i'd love to have them in a tattoo. <3
Rachel your owls are amazing. Love them. I have pinned several on Nealie's board.
Really striking image. Love it.
This is a stolen image. I produced this image. I would like to know how you are able to say this is your work. I have proof!
Teresa you are quite misinformed. I drew this picture with my own hand in black ink on paper in 2009 for a company called Threadless. This is my personal artwork which is why it appears on my blog and professional website. After 2009 I licensed it to various companies all over the world such as The Kase, Urban Outfitters, and Society6. I can't even imagine who you are and how you think this is your work. I am a verified artist on Society6 and also Twitter and I have done many, many intricate and detailed works just like this one. I also have two lawyers and I will sue you if you are using my intellectual property without my permission. https://www.threadless.com/designs/owls_of_the_nile