To Be A Songbird

Finished and a print is now in the shop.

“To Be A Songbird” oil on panel, 11″ x 14″
I am loving all the little details! Take a peek…

I don’t know what it is about the ocean and ships, as I am more of a mountain person. Actually, both would be nice right now.

I am enjoying being in my studio with the sunlight beaming through my windows. Days off are nice too!

10 replies on “To Be A Songbird”

  1. Oh wow, you’ve outdone yourself! All the detail is amazing. Love the yellow and black, the birds are so beautiful. You make me long for the sea, and I’m a mountain girl too!~

  2. You really out-did yourself this time, Sarah – this piece is outstanding! The motif! The details! I find myself more and more interested in the entirety of your artistery. I mean, your paintings so clearly correspond with one another (as you wrote yourself, the oceans, the ships) but also the animals of yours, and the far away glances in the little womens eyes. The always look both deeply worried, but with a certain deep calm which is almost alarming. I also truly enjoy your variety of titles, I mean: “To Be A Songbird” – the woman looks absolutely mute, and she’s pushing the swan (a bird which I think we all now make a pretty terrible sound) against her chest and out of its mouth flows the chain of the yellow ones. I don’t really know where I’m going with this. But it sure feels great!

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