Wow! He looks so perfect. What a beautiful egg! I like his spots. These oddments are amazing.
Hope he keeps his beautiful blueness as he grows.
Amazing work!!! Love the colors and his expression!!
He's beautiful. Gorgeous color palette. Love his face, can't say enough good things about it.
Haha, nice one! Reminds of eggs I recall seeing as a youth in Connecticut - maybe robin eggs? Such a neat speckly shell. Love these blues and greens.
Aww! Love the texture and color palette! Such an innocent expression...
I love the Carolinas. Do you know that is where I truly got to know oaks and fell in love with them? My family was visiting my in-laws and their home is surrounded by a tree preserve. We visit every spring and summer after they moved from Sarasota, sometimes in the fall. Mom was sick with cancer then. She was a beautiful and wonderful woman. My FIL is still there. We visit him. I have SILs there too. One lives in Cary and another in Greenville. The Cary SIL is an artist, terrific color pencil artist and quite wonderful. I adore her company. We will definitely go to Asheville and the Blue Ridge Mountains. I believe you. I also know that North and South Carolina have the most concentration of oak trees in the US. I do not know how far Asheville is from Raleigh. We go there for a day from South Carolina to have lunch. I will be so honored to meet you, Oh my gosh! I will be a nervous wreck meeting a master.
Middle of March!
I will! Hope it works out. Would be FANTASTIC!
He's great even as a little guy.
Awesome piece. Love the use of media and that his legs seem to organically grow from the shell rather than breaking through.
I think eggmond hat great plans. We will all see...
Eggmond is perfect. I love him, in all his spotted-green-ness!