Saturday, 21 March 2015

Pinny Bird


'My Pinny Bird' is a painting for my exhibition that is fast approaching (eek!)

It's about a girl who is never lonely because she has a blackbird nesting in her pinny.
I'm quite proud of her feet!

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    1. What a lovely thing to say.
      Thank you x

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  2. Love This one! This is Wonderful!

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  3. Love it too. I like the effect around the head.

    I had a baby grackle for a few months. I released him in the yard when he was grown and he flew down to meet me from the tree tops every day. I was never lonely with grackle around. Then he matured and joined a large flock. He would still drop down to visit but eventually and inevitably he stopped coming back. It was a bit lonely after that.

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    1. Thank you for sharing such a beautiful story Kathleen.
      I have never heard of a grackle before, I shall Google it now. X

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    2. I just remembered that I have a video of grackle on youtube.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEhsrantbUY

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    3. Oh thank you! I really enjoyed watching that!
      What a beautiful bird x

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  4. Beautiful tones and of course the stories you tell with your work, just love it. Where are you exhibiting Mrs B? X

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    1. Thanks chuck, it's at the Ropewalk in Barton x

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  5. She's lovely. Good luck with your exhibition!

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  6. I'm entranced by her. It's a beautiful painting. No one is ever lonely with a blackbird as a pal!xx

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    1. Thanks chuck, I would love a pet black bird x

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  7. I think I might want to be this girl. The pocket in my apron is feeling really empty and lonely right now.

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    1. Aww chuck, you have brought a little tear to my eye.
      Wished I lived nearer....what shenanigans we would enjoy! X

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  8. She's completely gorgeous - look at that face! A pinny and a blackbird would make me happy too. Good luck with the exhibition - how exciting! xxx

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    1. Many thanks Curtise, I think I am done and ready now....just a bit terrified! X

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