Category : Bird Prints

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For me, nothing typifies winter more than the sight of a Black-capped Chickadee perched on a snowy branch. I’ve given this alert and sprightly bird a background of soft wintry colors with just a suggestion of trees against the sky. This little bird has been a part of my “Songbirds of the South” collector plate …
“Henry the Owl”, my second watercolor on Claybord, is printed and available in our Ruffings Etsy shop. I used my Claybord tools to scratch out the whitest feathers on his head and add lots of fine details. Henry’s eyes are particularly striking. He’s a sweet little fellow, kind of shy 🙂 Here’s my second video, …
I painted this familiar bird looking alert and inquisitive, the way I often see him in the garden. He’s a striking little bird, and I think the soft mauves of the iris make him look all the more dramatic, with his sharply-contrasted blacks and whites and grays. I set him against a pale yellow sky, …
I’d like to extend a special thank you to Darla Dixon for featuring us on her blog. Thanks Darla! You can see her pencil portraits and other drawings on her web site and in her Etsy shop.
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