I was just looking through my photos the other day for something to share and I found these two paintings of chickens.
The most recent is one I painted with acrylics just for fun on a little 5x7 canvas.
"Chicken in the Watermelon"
This little chick is having a quick lunch before the other farm yard chickens catch on that there's watermelon to be had. She's so wrapped up in this sweet fruiti-licious lunch, she probably wouldn't notice anyone coming up behind her.
And here's a watercolor I painted a few years ago at a seminar with Susan Scheewe Brown.
I can just imagine this proud rooster patrolling the yard and trying to give the other birds an piece of his mind.
These chickens were a lot of fun to paint and always make us smile.
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