What’re you lookin’ at?

This bird is called a Great Tit, which is not found in North or South America. It is found in Europe and parts of Asia and Africa. I just loved this pose. The tree that she is clinging to is rather unusual. I can’t identify it. This piece is 9 3/4 by 11 3/4 done in pastels. I wanted to be much looser than I was. I am not insinuating that I can do hyper realistic artwork, but I have to remind myself that I am not a copy machine and not to worry that I don’t make exact copies. I am trying to make myself relax and just enjoy the making of the art, just the way I want to do it. I did rather enjoy doing this one.

“Use what talents you possess; the woods would be very silent if no birds sang there except those that sang best.” — Henry Van Dyke

What’re you lookin’ at? — Print

Archival matte art print, 9.75x11.75, plus one inch border, ready for framing. Price includes shipping or local delivery (within Knox County, Ohio).


It is the middle of the night and I am in my studio trying to get this post done and I remembered that I have not posted any WIP photos of my two oil paintings. They take a long time to dry. It is dark, but I think you can see that I am making progress, though slow. I think I had better get this done and get to bed, although I am not sleepy. LOL! Toby and Mr. Beloved are snoring a duet.

“We are such stuff as dreams are made of, and our little life is rounded with a sleep.” — William Shakespeare

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