This is awesome! How about something about the water and his expression...enjoying the current?
This is a stunning piece of work - I just love the way you paint water!
Beautiful piece Kelly! You did a really nice job on the water.
Thanks for the suggestion Noah. Jill, Caroline, John, thank you for your nice comments.
Kelly, I love the texture in the feathers, especially on the back. How about "A Long Cool Drink/"
Ripples... because they're as beautiful as the bird.Lovely work
I love the way you post the progress of your work...will you paint something African soon? And, is it a diffcult transition painting watercolors then using oils...I want to try oils but am a bit hesitant...your work's majestic!
Sandra and Victor, thanks for the suggestions and the kind remarks. Victor, someone else made the same title suggestion to me!Vernon, thanks! I highly doubt I'll be painting African anytime soon. I have not been there yet. I've painted some African cats in the past, but they were captive animals from zoos or game farms. That's why they were only portraits. I don't feel comfortable painting habitats I don't know. For me, it is not a difficult transition to work with watercolors and then oils. I actually like variety and tend to get bored easily if I just stick to one media. I feel like the break is good for me.
Beautiful Canvasback I have painted many ducks in my life it is one of the best paintings i have seen!
How about blue water canvasback?
Bob, thank you for the wonderful compliment on this piece and thanks for the title suggestion (that was a great one). Since this post, I came up with a name for it, "Ripples Never Come Back".
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