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Avocet Water Foul

by Betty
(Ronan, Montana)

Avocet Water Foul

Avocet Water Foul

Hi,

This piece was done with watercolor pencils and water color markers. Kept the surface fairly wet then applied a final water wash. After drying; applied pastels, water color pencils & markers and worked over image with wet brushes. I did crop this to fit.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Betty
Thanks so much for sharing how you created this beautiful piece of artwork. The result is so creative and really makes a lasting impression.

I moved it to the Color Section, hope you don't mind.

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Glass Birds

by Jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


This is a Glass painting of two birds...I have placed a crushed aluminium foil...to make it more shiny...


***Note from Kerry:
Jubi you must have some beautiful works of art, this one is simply lovely too!

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Peacock

by arish john andrews
(India)

PEACOCK

PEACOCK

This is a glass painting of a peacock. Peacock is the National bird of India.


***Note from Kerry:
Come on Arish, tell me what your family thinks of this fantastic artwork? I look at it in absolute awe and wish it were mine! It is wonderful, you have every right to be proud...

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Blue Point Siamese

by Lilly Antoneavic
(Melbourne Australia)


This was a study of Blue Point Kitten..

My Samantha is such a kitten, cat now she is 3 years old.. Lol..

I used my all time favorite Derwent Inktense Pencils to create this drawing on Canson Paper..

Thank you All who look at this artwork..

Cheers from,
Lilly and Cats..


artist
Note from Kerry:
Oh Lilly, this is simply beautiful and so very perfect. Well done!

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Wolves

by Marty
(U.S.A.)


Hello Everyone:

I used Black, white, blue, gold and green paints for this picture. I used popsicle sticks for the frame, Black cardboard for my canvas and small paint brushes. I used the greenpaint for their eyes.

It took me about 15 minutes to paint the wolves. It took me about 30 minutes to make the frame.

I made this for my wife. We have been married for 31 years this October 24th. You will see it before she does because she is at work right now. Plus if I showed it to her first then she wouldn't give it back to me so I could put it here on Kerry's great website. I just had to share it if all of my friends here.

Please let me know how you like it.

Kindly

Marty!


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty,
Are you for real? This is awesome! You created a fantastic piece of art in a very short amount of time. That takes unbelievable talent!

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding anniversary Marty.

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Finding Nemo

by Jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


I draw this picture after watching the movie Finding Nemo...

Finding Nemo is a 2003 American computer-animated film.

It tells the story of the overly protective clownfish Marlin, who along with a regal tang called Dory, searches for his son Nemo. Along the way he learns to take risks and to let Nemo take care of himself.

It's a cute film.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Jubi,
You're right, it is a cute film but your drawings are even cuter! Your artwork continues to shine, just like you.

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Parrot

by Sara P.
(New York, United States )


This is my copied painting of a parrot poster I once saw and I much enjoyed the coloring and shaping of it so I decided to paint it.

It just attracted my attention. Its eye seeming so focused and all its details so sharp.

Hope you enjoy it!


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Sara, I have enjoyed viewing your painting, thank you for sharing it! You've captured the Parrot so perfectly, it's a great piece of artwork, well done!

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Love Birds

by Viswanath Rao
(Pune INDIA)

Love birds

Love birds

Another simple drawing of 2 birds under moon.

Made with acrylic paints, on a simple cardboard glued initially to frame as border.

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Viswanath, it's interesting to see what artistic ideas you come up with! Thanks for sharing these.

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Panda

by rachel


I did this using watercolours. I tried to use the running colours and the spraying in the background to get a look of sadness, but I don't think that worked out too well.
I've really never been so good at painting, but I think this would have been better if it was a bit more defined. Any tips would be helpful, thank you :)


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Note from Kerry:
Rachel, you can draw all subjects very well. That is a talent that not all of us possess. Your painting is unusual and good!

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Holy Elephant

by Viswanath Rao
(Pune INDIA)


Again, cardboard - covered with black paint; drawn an elephant on a white paper, stuck it to the card board, I used gold glitters for bordering; and poster paint to color the elephant.

Just to add, the elephant is a holy animal that usually is seen in many Indian temples.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Viswanath
This is very colorful and attractive. It's great to see you're using your creative energy with wonderful results.

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