‘untitled’ by bird 2014

'untitled' by bird 2014

new year, new me!
So…I’ve been absent from my art blog for way too long! January was a tough month in that I had no drive…no desire to paint…eek! I’ve had days like that but a month! Quelle horreur! I felt as though I was all tapped out.
Oh my, it sure is good to be back in the saddle again. I’ve painted over this canvas panel a couple of times and at last have something that pleases my eye. It’s Red! exclaimed one fan. You bet it is…and a somewhat different style for me. It’s good to take a break. Step away from the paints. The Canvas. Re-evaluate oneself and start anew.

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2 thoughts on “‘untitled’ by bird 2014

  1. I absolutely love this. It is quite different from the rest of your work, but it is just as good. It has sort of an African Tribal feel. It’s fun and it makes me want to dance.

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