The Bird Feeder by Jo Murray

The Bird Feeder

45 x 45 cm acrylics on canvas... SOLD
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Amazing art work.
over 2 years ago
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 2 years
Amazing what you can do with a limited number of loose strokes!
over 2 years
I was happy with the birds particularly. Thanks.
over 2 years
Lovely work...peaceful
over 2 years
Thank you Lynne. I guess it's because it's not too busy.
over 2 years
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 2 years
Thank you for the honour Dian...I'd be delighted, and honoured.
over 2 years
I love it; one of those works that I would never tire of studying.....congratulations, Ray
over 2 years
That's so kind of you Ray. Your comments are particularly welcome.
over 2 years
...I am still captivated by this!
over 2 years
Thanks Martin... that's all I could ask.
over 2 years
Excellent, love your style!So beautiful colors!
over 2 years
Thank you so much Ana. I appreciate your feedback.
over 2 years
Jo, this is absolutely beautiful! I love how you painted the birds! Lovely work!
over 2 years
Thank you for that Mary...I guess it's losing the details that worked in this one.
over 2 years
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.
over 1 year
lovely and loving, sort of a modern day Francis of Assisi.

cris
over 1 year
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Jo MurrayI found this site via my friend from way back (Hi Debbie Alston). Am amazed by the talent out there, and honoured to be part of the group.
Do you experience sometime that a painting is asking its very own question, its very own way to be worked out?
I love the red and dark blue and all the faces do you mean part of the painting needs to be worked out, ad the painter is the agent, (of it's transformation),... view answer
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