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5 x 7 inches, Oil on Gessoboard -Sold

As this painting progressed, I started to feel inspired to use the brush differently.  So I did and I really like how this Tufted Titmouse's Tuft was rendered.  Say that fast!   When I finished painting the Tufted Titmouse's Tuft, it looked like the wind was blowing from behind, thus the title. 

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  1. I love your paintings especially the way in which you apply your brush strokes. Finally last year I added bird feeders to my bird bath and have drawn many song birds to my yard. At the moment two nests are being watched by me....one hatched four babies two days ago. The nests are in the wrong place....in my hanging plants which need water every day. The moms need to be better educated.

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