Category Archives: owl
Native American girl holding a baby owl, acrylic, 8×10″. The painting is still available for sale. This is from an old photo (I mean really old, like from the early 1900’s). I was compelled to paint her because I was … Continue reading
Stage 1, laying on background color and texture, leaving rough bird outline. Stage 2, making the basic shape of the bird. Stage 3, roughing in some feathers and face. Stage 4, adding highlights and body beginning to take shape. Stage … Continue reading
The owl is the universal symbol of wisdom and insight. Perhaps that is what I am seeking since I have been painting owls all weekend. Today’s subject is a barred owl. He sits amid branches that are orchestrated to repeat … Continue reading
The “monkey face” is the most glamorous of owls, and always interesting subject matter. This piece is 9 x 12″ on charcoal paper, in pastel and conte. I like this one and hate selling it, but duty calls. Ebay link
This is about 7 x 9″, conte and oil pencil on black charcoal paper. It’s a donation for Sarvey Wildlife Center.