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Frosted Chickadee

4 x 4 inches, Oil on Gessoboard - $ 50.

Sold - Thank you

Back in the studio today after having my second Cardiac Ablation procedure on Tuesday, January 20.  Wow!  I believe a sure sign of a very good surgeon is how quick you recover.
I have a very, very, good electro- physiology surgeon because I'm really feeling great and thought about singing, but...I have a strong connection to a band of birds who sing while munching the black oil sunflower seeds at our feeders.  Of those, this Chickadee was my inspiration for today.  All is good because he did the singing and I did the painting. 
And one more item:  Prayer.  People prayed for me and I believe in the power of prayer.  I'm thankful for praying people,  my surgeon's skill and dedication and the LORD who guided his hands. 


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  1. Another wonderful painting.
    Happy to know the surgery went well. Your attitude is fabulous! And so is your art.

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