21 thoughts on “A few little birds…

  1. ( Glad, I can put a comment straight here )
    Now I found the dark chasm of your psyche. —— been wondering when I was just
    seeing your photos. The second crow image is very powerful.

    When I was in my junior school, I was assigned to take care of a lost chick of small
    crow which somebody has found. (because I was well known to nurture insects and
    butterfly, and make a observation diary with drawings). On the beginning, I had to
    feed the chick by open and hold his (her ?) beak and pour the mashed mixture of
    birds feed, worm, insects larvae (rather squeamish practice πŸ˜€ ) into the throat.
    He grown up well and soon covered with beautiful black feathers.

    —— after 6 months we let him go and he went back to his kind of own life though,
    often came back and spend a time in the school ground. School kids were very good friends of him. —– (He seemed to have learned some words, name and “come”, “here”, “there” or the meaning of its associated gestures)
    Crows are a very fascinating birds, together with their rather intimidating guise πŸ˜€
    I’m glad to find, you are a good friend of them πŸ™‚

  2. Hi Karen. Spending some time going through your previous work. These are so lovely and look forward to more πŸ™‚ Superb.

  3. … trying to think of how to express how I feel about these paintings… all I can come up with is I LOVE them! Everything about them, the expressiveness, colour, line, composition, and character. Awesome. I aspire to paint like this. Great stuff.

  4. The crow is a spirit animal associated with life mysteries and magic. The power of this bird as totem and spirit guide is provide insight and means of supporting intentions. Sign of luck, it is also associated with the archetype of the trickster; be aware of deceiving appearances. If the crow has chosen you as your spirit or totem animal, it supports you in developing the power of sight, transformation, and connection with life’s magic.

  5. Love all of these. The last painting really struck me as true because the giant ravens around here rule the land. They are so fun to watch when they are at play in the snow.

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