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Portrait of Wilson

 Portrait of Wilson
watercolor on Arches paper
11 x 7 inches
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I painted this back in July but have not had a chance to share it here. It was painted for the monthly art challenge of my on line art group. The photo was kindly provided by Geri Berkenstock: it is his handsome rooster, Wilson. I had a lot of fun trying to convey his personality. It is something I always wished for, to have a farm! 

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  1. I love Wilson Celia! Beautiful colors on this rooster and I love the background as well.

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  2. He looks like one of the stern school teacher types. Ha ha. Great job.

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    1. Really made me laugh, Asit, he does. Thank you!

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  3. Handsome he be, that Wilson! Good painting.
    His feathers soften his determined look to make for a charming rooster painting.

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    1. I really appreciate your kind feedback, Olivier!Hugs!!

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  5. Winston looks like he means business! Wonderful color and energy to this! I love it!!!

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  6. Dear Celia Wilson is so handsome. You certainly captured this fine feathered friend So well. I love all those gorgeous colors. Thank you so much for sharing. Have a super week. Hugs!

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    1. His feathers are an amazing array of deep reds and oranges, it was a treat to paint him. I really appreciate your comment, thank you!! Hugs!

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  7. Wilson definitely deserved a portrait , he is looking reeeal good !

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  8. You really captured his attitude and his colors! Excellent!!!

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