Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Birdie Brella - SOLD

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This birdie seems to be popping up everywhere. I think he got a taste of fame and then it went to his head.

16 comments:

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

And what an adorable little head that is! Love this, Carol, and that blue background is stunning!

Jana said...

Love the birdie and the daisy. Hadn't gone to your website in a while and low and behold, there was our painting, "How do we get in"!!! We love this piece and move it to around the house just so we can see it more!!!

Getting ready to remodel and still trying to decide if we are going to put it in the dining room or move it into the kitchen.

Hope to do some painting soon, then maybe back to one of your workshops. You are such a dear!

Take care of yourself and that wonderful family!

jana

Mary Pyche said...

This one is just too darling. Colors are great too.

manu said...

what a beautiful little bird

Peter Barker said...

Perfect, Carol, just perfect !

J & B said...

I really love the flours in this pic,reminds me very much
of Spring,I think this one will fly away soon!

nicole said...

ha! love it!

Ann Feldman said...

This one is a real gem. I love the colors and the energy. And yes, the birdie is looking a bit smug these days, but who can blame him, he's a star in another Carol Marine painting!

Barbara Andolsek Paintings said...

well yeah! such cuteness needs to look for those photo ops...

Pragya Tiwari said...

It is enjoying the limelight :)

Rita said...

How sweeet!! This one makes me smile - just what I needed! Thanks!
(and the artist in me absolutely LOVES the glass jar!)

Virginia Floyd said...

Love the lavender blue background! The white daisy looks gorgeous against it. And it's perfect for showing off the yellow bird.

I'm always amazed at how you can depict something with so few strokes!

Happy Little Trees Studio said...

Wow, what a perfect lavender/blue!!! As always, your brushwork just makes the painting!!

Kirsten S. said...

Delightful! I love the way the flower stem is seen & magnified by the water, plus truly love the bird, from its shiny enamel coloring to its precious form.

~M~ said...

THIS is darling. I love your style...its very innocent and joyful, full of life.

Anonymous said...

I love the cute little bird! I also like how it's really simple, but beautiful