Thursday, February 23, 2017

The newest members of our flock!

Painting a portrait that not only portrays a likeness, but captures the personality of the subject itself, is no easy feat. It's even trickier when the subject is not human. Artist Sharon Cave manages to do both in her bird series' paintings.

Here we'd like to introduce you to some of our new fine feathered friends from her Rooster Series...

Oh Roland, always a little skeptical...

Sharon Cave, Roland, 5"x5", Oil on Board

Peabody has excellent focus which makes him a great listener, unless you're wearing shiny buttons...

Sharon Cave, Peabody, 5"x5", Oil on Board

Cooper is more of the silent type, but is a big softie once you get to know him.

Sharon Cave, Cooper, 5"x5", Oil on Board

You can see the full roost here in person or online HERE.

If you came to our Pre-Shrunk Show you might be familiar with another of Sharon's collections, the crows!

Sharon Cave, Crow 12, 4"x5", Oil on Board

While most have left the nest there are still a few of these inquisitive birds flying around the gallery. Come down and meet them today!

1 comment:

  1. However the greatest problem had been however in the future, also it had been driven with replica watches. With the 60s as well as 1970's, businesses such as Bulova as well as fake watches started improvement of the digital view. As soon as Seiko obtained blowing wind of the brand new technologies, these tag heuer replica uk required the idea as well as went by using it, leading to what's right now referred to as the actual 'quartz crisis'. Through the late-seventies, quartz rolex replica sale had been becoming manufactured in this kind of amounts which their own price plummeted, producing mechanised wrist watches very costly in comparison. Most of the conventional rolex replica a number of who have been generating swiss replica watches for hundreds of years, disappeared, swept below through the enormous promoting energy from the quartz view. With regard to Rolex, there is just one point for this, which had been to create the actual Oysterquartz.