Inspired by the art of Gennine Zlatkis, I painted this bird in acrylic high-flow paint and inks on watercolor paper. Birds are really fun to draw and paint because their basic shape is easy to recreate but there is so much you can do to it in the way of colors and details. I’m sure I’ll move on to other subjects but there are so many birds around me to paint that I feel I need to get at least a few of them down on paper.
Yesterday I posted a picture of ice as natural abstract art. Here’s another piece from the gallery.
Or is it “Bird Eating Pig”? It’s all about context.
This was taken in 2017 at the Riverfront Park on the Spokane River in Spokane Washington. I came across it tonight and thought it would be fun to share something from that trip.
OK, the colors being refracted by these snow flakes aren’t in the form of a bow. But the name just seemed like a fit and more poetic than random snow refractions.