There are 74 species of swallow, this creation is barn swallow. The barn swallow is the most widespread species of swallow in the world. It is a distinctive passerine bird (songbird), with blue upperparts, a long, deeply forked tail and curved, pointed wings. Although most people do not consider barn swallows to be a backyard bird, they have been a part of people’s lives for a long time. Many swallows build nests in buildings, under bridges, and on top of porch lights. Swallow takes up a lot of time to catch insects in the air, is one of the nimblest passerines. It mainly feeds on insects such as mosquitoes and flies, and is a well-known beneficial bird.
Swallows dot the world living in Newfoundland, California, Mexico, South America, Africa, and Asia (just to name a few). The Bird’s broad habitat reflects on swallows’ impressive adaptive abilities. It can live where it’s dry, survive with little water (using berries as a substitute), and has a high tolerance for salt. Flexibility is a keynote in Swallow’s symbolism. They are small passerines that are known for their flight prowess. In the air, Swallows are a sight to behold. They can hunt while in flight thanks to a streamlined body and long wings. The Swallow physique makes maneuvering and endurance easy. They glide as needed to reserve energy. So, add finesse and stamina to the Swallows’ spiritual meanings. They are able to detect the sudden changes of moisture in the air. This ability helps them to be agile when flying. They are also very keen on observing their prey due to the structure of their eye, which enables them to see both frontally and laterally. The combination of these characteristics allows them to catch and feed during flight. Despite its small size, it can easily hunt and catch its prey, gaining the admiration of many people. This gave birth to the swallow bird nimbly symbolism. Swallows are endlessly entertaining. They play a kind of aerial chasing game as they swoop and dive after insects for food and feathers that they use to line their nests. They bathe while on the wing, quick little belly skims over the water.
Socially, a pair of mated Swallows represent devotion. They are monogamous. The couple stays near their nest all year, mostly. During the mating season, male Swallows become aggressive. They will stand watch over their female while carrying and laying her eggs, defending her if needed. Outside copulation, Swallows form large flocks and roosting communities for greater safety from predators-a great illustration of pragmatic choices. Some species of Swallows, like the Cliff Swallow and American Barn Swallow, take part equally in egg incubation and helping with the young in feeding. Cooperative parenting is part of Swallows’ energetic correspondences. Along with having a sound family foundation, Swallows embody good communication. Using the Barn Swallow as an example, a twittering sound is part of courtship and a whistle calls from one mate to the other. High sharp calls imply an attack or severe alarm.
For LIULI, swallow is the messenger symbolizing spring, in this artwork, swallow spreads its wings sideways, skims over the lake nimbly, waving high in the wind, looking into the bright future. The creative inspiration of the ripples base comes from the linear brushstrokes in Monet's classic impression paintings, layering abstractions, showing the ripples of the lake. Under the refraction of light and shadow, the agile flow pattern in the glass shows the spring feeling of the lake slowly rippling, adding to the fun of swallows flying in light. Swallows are symbols of beauty and hope in both Chinese and Western cultures. They travel between different regions, they are messengers of blessings, and they are also bridges of communication. It conveys the intimacy and trust between partners, with unlimited blessings from partners, making the flight higher and farther.
In spring, swallows spread their wings and flying across valleys, fields, and lakes, bringing blessings and auspiciousness back to human homes. People also regard swallows as auspicious when they come to their homes to make nests. This art piece is suitable for friends, elders, birthday gifts, and corporate gifts.