“Breakthrough” 6×6 oil on canvas
Today’s painting started off just as the egret, but I placed it too far to the top of the canvas which in turn made the whole thing just beg for a figure. And the stripes? Those are an experiment. Let me know what you think?
I can’t get enough of these elegant coastal birds, the Great Blue Heron, The Great Egret. I must not be the only one, because whoever named them did so using the accurate but not very creative or scientific word “great”. They are great. They fill me with awe.
These paintings are not of hats. They are of ideas. The bird is coming from inside the house.
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Hah! I do see hats though and like them. And not just that. Women ready to take flight! The halos are great as well, even if that wasn’t what you had in mind exactly.