|...this dad had no idea he could paint. It was his first time to pick up a paintbrush! |
I love this painting...a very cool rendering of a female Northern Cardinal.
|...focus and concentration...this little girl knew exactly how to bring her eagle to life.|
|...using the "two circles and a triangle" method made it easy to draw birds!|
|...love these deep, rich colors. This little girl had a sharp eye for design.|
|...a software developer checked his analytical self at the door and got his art on. He opted for the "circle and triangle" bird drawing method and created his own design of a black-capped chickadee (this was his first time to paint and draw!).|
|...and a mechanical engineer created this gorgeous Blue Jay by sketching out her own design too. Circles and triangles go a long way with birds. I love all of the shading and dimension.|
|These girls really worked hard and created beautiful paintings...while laughing and having fun too!|
|...diligently mixing paint to get the exact color. This young artist really enjoyed creating custom colors. She totally nailed the olive green that shows on a Hooded Warbler.|
|...sweet, sweet paintings. I love the way these sisters created their paintings of a White-breasted Nuthatch and a female Northern Cardinal. Beautiful!!!|
All of these bird-loving artists took part in the free bird painting workshop Matty and I hosted at the Little Miami Scenic River and Trail Center on Sunday. Click here for yesterday's post to find out what it was all about and to learn more about Little Miami, Inc. (LMI) and the Little Miami Scenic River and Trail Center. I'm going to put another post together soon showing all of the cool stuff in the center and explain more of how LMI protects the Little Miami River...and some of the people behind the organization. More to come...