Art Diaries: Chilean Wildlife

Originally posted on Art Inspired by Nature and the Cosmos:
Today I decided to do some quick and loose sketches of Chilean wildlife from my trip. Sketching in watercolour is great fun: it loosens up the wrists and allows you to create a quick impression of what it is your painting. There were several amazing wildlife spots that we stumbled upon. Of course, if you… Continue reading Art Diaries: Chilean Wildlife

Photo Blog: Wildlife of Chile and Patagonia

Originally posted on Art Inspired by Nature and the Cosmos:
Happy Sunday everyone, I’m currently hard at work on some new paintings, taking what I learned in Patagonia and doing my best to transform it onto canvas. Now I’m working on a painting that combines new landscapes with my cosmic nature paintings, and I’m much looking forward to sharing. In the meantime I’d like to share… Continue reading Photo Blog: Wildlife of Chile and Patagonia

Meadowlarks fond of grassland habitats

Originally posted on Our Fine Feathered Friends:
Photo by Jean Potter • A rocky outcrop provides a perch for this singing male Eastern meadowlark. ? It’s always fun to add another notch to one’s list of birds. Whether you’re a casual lister or a devoted birder, a new species always offers a burst of excitement in the wake of a first-time observation. Sharon Foster sent… Continue reading Meadowlarks fond of grassland habitats