The Bird Feeder by Jo Murray

The Bird Feeder

45 x 45 cm acrylics on canvas... SOLD
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awesome job with those colors.
over 2 years ago
Thank you so much.
over 2 years
Amazing art work.
over 2 years
Thank you Dhira...it's always good to get positive feedback
over 2 years
Beautiful!
over 2 years
Karen...I do appreciate your feedback, even if it took me a while to say so.
over 1 year
Amazing what you can do with a limited number of loose strokes!
over 1 year
I was happy with the birds particularly. Thanks.
over 1 year
Lovely work...peaceful
over 1 year
Thank you Lynne. I guess it's because it's not too busy.
over 1 year
Hi, I'm the administrator for the group art for art's sake, and I'd love you to add this picture to the group.


Wonderful work and I love the way you painted it! (accepted)
over 1 year
Thank you for the honour Dian...I'd be delighted, and honoured.
over 1 year
I love it; one of those works that I would never tire of studying.....congratulations, Ray
over 1 year
That's so kind of you Ray. Your comments are particularly welcome.
over 1 year
...I am still captivated by this!
over 1 year
Thanks Martin... that's all I could ask.
over 1 year
Excellent, love your style!So beautiful colors!
over 1 year
Thank you so much Ana. I appreciate your feedback.
over 1 year
Jo, this is absolutely beautiful! I love how you painted the birds! Lovely work!
over 1 year
Thank you for that Mary...I guess it's losing the details that worked in this one.
over 1 year
Love Your style Jo!! this is a very creative work!
over 1 year
love the style
over 1 year
Great design, Jo. I love the simplification of shapes and color. The contrast of color between the many birds and the single gatherer is a good technique.
9 months
lovely and loving, sort of a modern day Francis of Assisi.

cris
8 months
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