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Tawny owl-Gouache life study

I went back to Nymphenburg Palace with its gorgeous park hoping to spot once again an other Tawny owl, and I didn`t regret it. Beside this study I was able to finish, I saw four different individuals enjoy the sun in their daytime roost. I promised myself to go back soon to pa
Tawny owl at daytime roost, life study, Gouache colours
int all of them from life.

Kommentare

Jeremy Pearse hat gesagt…
Love this one - probably my favorite of your 'Park Owl' sketches and paintings. It makes such a difference painting from life as your recent work quite clearly shows. I have very much enjoyed your latest sketches and paintings and hope to see more.
Paul Shenton hat gesagt…
Wonderful all of them. It's been a while since I've seen your work as always the bic pen astounds me

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