Really like these. Maybe a little bit of a battle in some of them between 2D and 3D, flat, or graphic representation versus the more volumetric. But still like them very much. Great color. And that sweetness that that birds have, or we like to imagine them having.(My word verification word: "falic." Just so you know.)
I want to paint a nursery with flying fastasy birds, all painted somewhat realistically, with invented patterns/colors. I've offered the idea to clients but no bites.
No nursery here, but I would definitely bite. I bet someone will eventually. It's a great idea.
I hope they land at SUGAR some day. hint hint.love this.I am reminded of your fantasy flowee series.
um, that would be "flower" series.my word verification is "waggy".
I can see the connection with the flower paintings. I hadn't thought of these as anything other than sample boards, but you two have given me a visual idea...
Oooo, a visual idea. What does it look like? Ha. But that is a tease, you know. I guess that's the idea .. ..
If you have lured these to the bird feeder let me know what kind of seed you are setting out. Cata and I are bored with same old...oh gawd, this is how genetic engineering will happen...it's so pitiful...
Now there's a career, designing critters which will be genetically engineered, for purely aesthetic purposes. Oh sure, you'd eventually rot in hell for it, but it would be so fun while it lasted.
Don't go to the dark side, Carla.
Dark side looks like it would be pretty colorful.While it lasted.
Heh, heh, heh.
gorgeous, so striking, I like the feeling that they are unreally real.
Thanks Elaine. I think I often attempt an 'unreally real' approach in my (day job) kid's room commissions. It seems a cool alternative to what's often done, and probably keeps me sane.
I can't believe Dr. Frankenstein reads Rocktown.
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