The blues and greens are so beautiful. Love this!
it's beautiful. must be lovely to stretch out a little with a bigger piece :)
i can't get enough of your artwork!!!!
Thank you all so much! Belinda, It is really nice to work bigger - challenging too!
what a wonderful painting - every single bird is so beautiful!
thank you mano! you are so very kind!
This covey is one of your most masterful, complex, observational works - it is lovely, lovely, lovely. There is such delicacy, tenderness and sweetness to each bird. You have created a really wonderful piece.
Elizabeth, thank you for your kind note. have a lovely weekend!
I love looking at your work!
Have loved your work since the first time I saw it in a treasury on Etsy. But, "Covey No. 1" is by far my all time favorite!!!
Fabulous. You are full of surprises!
You all make me smile! Thank you for visiting!
Just stunning. I love this composition, and the way you depict birds throughout your work. I have a bit of a 'thing' for the stillness of birds, especially birds on their backs!
; ) me too! thank you for your kind note. I'm reading a book right now about the history of natural history museums. It is called Stuffed Animal and Pickled Heads.
I am now searching for a copy of Stuffed Animal and Pickled Heads (it's all your fault)!! This kind of reading material is right down my alley. Thanks so much for the reference.
Just in case...http://www.amazon.com/Stuffed-Animals-Pickled-Heads-Evolution/dp/0195163362/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1283302584&sr=1-1
Are you familiar with the artist Helen Gregory? She's from Newfoundland and paints in acrylics, but is interested in the same themes. This painting in particular reminded me of her. Nice work!
Therese: Thank you for introducing me to her work. We are surely kindred spirits!
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