Unanticipated art-harmony with new minis

By | June 16, 2022

In the last few days I felt like doing some small projects. I am getting ready for a new large wildlife portrait of a feathered friend. So I decided to get my brushes wet with some small bird projects and practice for it.

My photo archive contains so many bird photographs, that I had trouble choosing. But once I did, I had a lot of fun working with bright, sometimes almost psychedelic colours. I can tell you that there is much more to a tiny bird that meets the eye!

Today all four of the minis were ready to be hanged. Gosh, that sounds horrible! But you know what I mean 🙂 I mean hung!

It was quite unintended to see them harmonise so well with one of my art posters!

Just in case it is too small to read online: here is the quote in the bottom of the ‘Poppy moon’ poster:
“Aim for the Moon – if you miss, you may hit a star’

I don’t always frame my work, but I really liked the contemporary look and simplicity of this acrylic poster frame. I had several made for mini series and they do very well in it, whether they are prints of photographs or prints of my art. Below is another example of how 4 minis can combine into a really nice ‘foursome’ with a title or poem.

All posters and canvasses are for sale. Send me an email via the ‘Contact’ section of this website if you are interested and want to know more. I create art for my own pleasure, but there is great joy in seeing it adopted by new owners.

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