Mr Wonderful is either bowing or hunting for worms. I have not painted him in a while. For those that might be new to my blog, he belonged to my sister's family. He was a small rooster but thought he was really big. He loved to pose for me while the other roosters would run away. One day I need to count the times I have painted him. I can already tell you that my organizational skills will not allow for that. This time he is painted on a 6 x6" gallery wrap canvas.
Hope everyone has a great weekend. My son that has been living in Oklahoma is coming home for a week. Yippee! Then moving to Philadelphia. Boo! No, all is good!
Love Mr. Wonderful — this will go fast in Brentwood, if it does not sell before then! Enjoy your week with your son!!ReplyDelete
Recognized Mr. Wonderful and so glad to see him back! Love this one- great composition and the colors just sing! Great news about your son...at least he will be in the same time zone:) That help? Take care and enjoy your time!!ReplyDelete
He's a beauty . . . love your choice of colors and the abstract shapes he and background create. Philadelphia! A new place to include in your many travels . . .ReplyDelete
Ah! Mr Wonderful is simply wonderful...never tire of him. Well done Carol!ReplyDelete
Great expressive brushwork!ReplyDelete
I'm not sure why, but this is my favorite painting of Mr. Wonderful. He looks so proud and brave with his big bold colors that highlight his personality. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Wonderful color and abstraction of Mr. Wonderful. I really enjoy your rooster paintings!ReplyDelete
Carol, you have such wonderful command of your subject. Mr. Wonderful is a lucky bird . Your palette and stroke make a beautiful portrait of Mr. Wonderful.ReplyDelete
Love the depth of color in this one.ReplyDelete
I LOVE the rooster! Great colors!ReplyDelete