|Mug shots, 3 ½ x 3 ½" watercolor|
Of course, it is the nature of women to nurture. So no doubt this has much to do with not being the first time in my painting escapades that I’ve come across a woman caring for animals. The first time, you may recall, was a year ago when I visited Mary Ellen’s Sea Biscuit Animal Shelter on Oak Island. Click “Pelican Pause” to review.
|The color made her blush, 4x6" watercolor|
Those who know me know how much I love animals. Trudy’s animals, many of which were rescued, include three cows named Sister, Moozart, and Charlie, a miniature horse, Patches, a goose named Touilly and scores of chickens. Picturesque as the farmland was, it wasn’t difficult for me to prioritize painting the animals over doing a landscape here. I'll be sharing more of my barnyard animal paintings in future blog posts. I’ve already shared three of them on my Hot Off the Easel blog. Just click here to see.
|One tail wagging, 4x6" watercolor|