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Monday, September 8, 2014

The Owl

A new work, completed this morning.A favorite combination of mine--Cobalt Blue, Burnt Umber and Burnt Orange( by Daniel Smith ;which is fast becoming my favorite color) with just a hint of Yellow Ocher.
He is larger than life, about 15"x12"

10 comments:

  1. Very beautiful bird painting !!!
    The very well painted eyes seems to glow in the dark for the hunting mice and other rodents, helping to maintain a balance in nature.
    Thank again Arti, for your very kind comments to my paintings, every time you have the way to give me encouragement to continue my work.

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  2. Arti, you have been so busy! Thank you so much for writing to me. I was recreating my blog roll from memory and I missed a couple, including your own. I am so sorry I did because look at all these gorgeous animals you've painted!! Each and every one is stunning.

    Thank you too for your worrying for me. As I always do, I will come out the other side just fine. I'm kind of excited even for the new start heading my way. M and I are very amicable so it is all good. Now...if we just could get that income coming in again we can get the ball rolling.

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    1. I am sure you will..you are a strong person. Please remember that I will always be with you in whatever you choose to do.x

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  3. Great looking Owl.. Wonderful colors.

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    1. I think about painting a scene, something with a building in it...but somehow I always end up painting portraits! Glad you enjoy them,Tony.

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  4. Arti, I found you while on Pinterest. I absolutely love all your paintings, and self taught... you are really amazing. I love watercolor and trying to teach myself, not going to happen I'm afraid:-)

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    1. Thank you,Marjorie.Its always great to make new friends, lets keep in touch!

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