Peacock Sun by Pruddygurl

Peacock Sun

Acrylic paints on canvas for sale.
Size 48" X 48".
Inspired by the colours of the Male Indian Blue Peacock. The male is actually called the "Peacock" and the female a "Peahen". The male will display its beautiful plumage when trying to get the attention of a certain female. It is the national bird of India.
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5 comments
Love the cute squigglies, how do you do that??? Like, how do you get the acrylics to do neat droplets like that?
over 3 years ago
Pruddygurl I love this and your imagination brilliant xx
over 3 years
Wow, I'm awed by the detail and your patience. It looks like an embroidery. The colours are lovely and you've achieved a beautiful flow. LOVE LOVE it!
over 2 years
At first I thought this was embroidered, but it is beautifully painted, what a great creative piece of artwork, I love it.
over 2 years
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Artist Statement
for Pruddygurl
My paintings reflect my love of the Earth and Universe surrounding us. They may have a story to help educate about the existences inside and outside our world, or it can just be simple observation, an admiration of creation. I am spirit lead as well as inspired by Aboriginal and ancient mosaic art. Every painting is unique, being that no two are alike. With that being written, I will add that no painting is ever perfect. It is done freehand, for I believe beauty can be found in imperfections.
If any interest for purchase, I can try to closely duplicate the colours from a previous painting if desired, or, you can choose from my other unsold collection of work, or.. I can also create a "sun" with your personal colours of choice....
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