sometimes they are called a common puffin. but don’t mistake them for not being special, because they are. they don’t live here in Alaska but they have kin in these parts. they live in Greenland and Iceand and other neat places like that and they probably spend their time eating fish, flying, swimming, sleeping and hanging out with their friends.
they look like this…
atlantic puffins eating fish.
12 x 12
oil paint on plywood
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this little lovely is a surprise for someone special so i can’t say any more 🙂
have a lovely day!
thick paint, fluffy daises and russian folk motifs are the perfect setting for swans to be in love.
the thicker the better i am finding out!
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an impasto oil painting of a fox and a goose. this painting is about instincts, survival and the never ending story of existence.
sometimes instincts look like fluffy flowers and whimsy.
the fox and the goose
24 x 48
thick oil paint of plywood
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what do your instincts look like today?
i’ve been sneaking around the edges of impasto for a while now and this is the closest i’ve come to diving into the thick of it.
thick oil paint on oak plywood
30 x 48
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have a lovely day and don’t forget to set your clocks back.
an original oil painting of an owl in the moonlight.
fly owl fly, like… david bowie.
32 x 48
oil paint on board
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thanks for looking. loves,
24 x 36
oil paint on board
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thanks for looking!
a whistling swan whistling at the full moon.
11.5 x 22
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two sandhill cranes soaring over waves in metallic gold.
48.5 x 8
oil paint on 3/4 inch oak plywood
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that isn’t really orange anywhere at all near it’s crown, and may, in certain light, be a little bit orange everywhere. a misleading little fella.
described in my birding books to be dingy, drab, dull and undistinguished; a rather unfair observation, as in it’s subtly there is a multitude of nuance and dimension. orange, yellow, olive, grey. he is distinguished by his undistinguished characteristics. he totally rocks at plain.
i have been listening to this little guys warble all spring and had mistaken it as a dark eyed junco; a difference that i still can not distinguish between, even knowing the difference.
both are a high pitched trill. i believe the warbler is a little more nasal sounding and if you listen closely it will either rise or fall in pitch at the end.
these little guys are breeding and singing everywhere right now so go check them out!