How we create

We use a variety of wire, fibers, buttons, beads, natural materials found in nature, feathers (collected from the natural molting process of our hens or other birds) to create our chicken art sculptures.  We do not use any glue or other bonding agents, just wire and knots, so please note that some movement or loosening of threads is possible over time.  Chicksters can be repositioned with a little manipulation.  Chicksters are either hanging on wire hangers or mounted on distressed wood bases, depending on size (see "Flock Variety).

And, they will DANCE for you!!  (See our video on our Gallery Page)

Each Chickster is unique and one-of-a-kind.  We can duplicate the style and color, but no two are exactly alike.  Let us know if you one that has sold and we will do our best to replicate is closely for you.

Our Flock Variety

We have created several sized Chicksters for our flock:

  • Bittys
  • Littles 
  • Bigs
  • Grands

Bittys are the smallest, averaging 5" L x 3" H x 2" W.  They are mounted on hangers and are suited for holiday ornaments, car mirror hangings, or anywhere else you might like to see your "Bittys" hang around.

Littles are medium sized, averaging 6" L x 6" H x 3 1/2" W, including the tail.  They can be mounted on hangers or standing on a distressed wood base that is 6' L x 3 1/2 - 4" W.

Bigs slightly larger than Littles, averaging  from 8" L x *6" H x 4" W.  They are mounted on a distressed wood appx 8" L x 4" W (or, in some cases, a base from other natural materials).  

Grands are the largest of the flock, averaging 12" L x *10" H x 7" W.  They are mounted on a distressed wood appx 10" L x 5" W

Specifications for each can be found in the product descriptions.

Giving Back

We are dedicated to the health and well being of chickens and other domestic fowl.  To assist in that effort, we will be designating a "Chickster of the Month", which (if sold in that month), we will donate 25% of the sale price to Chockowinity Chicken Sanctuary, whose mission is to provide permanent sanctuary to abandoned and abused poultry.  For more information about their program, visit them at: