29 May 2007

Joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea...

The sweet little cardinal egg painting.

I have another painting I did yesterday, but I have to re-take the photo because it's blurry.

*The Babies have hatched, the babies have hatched!!! Daddy cardinal was flying around like a spaz and I thought wtf? And then I knew...he's acting like all dads do when the babes are born. He was so happy and making sure no one was messing with his kids while mom was taking a well earned break. God bless those dear birds.

9 comments:

acumamakiki said...

cardinals are joy to you and me.

paintergirl said...

kiki-I can't get this song out of my head. sweet sweet cardinals.

JC said...

Love the painting. I have cardinals in my back yard from time to time, but they don't live there. They're just passing through!

paintergirl said...

jc-well it's a first for me. The year before we had a skunk curl up and die in our peonies. Imagine how I felt then.

Stepping Over the Junk said...

I LOVE IT! I love the yellow background.

paintergirl said...

stepping.thanks woman! You know when I was a young lass, yellow was my favorite color-the brighter the better. We now have a yellow house.

marybishop said...

The song of the cardinal is as alluring to me as the song of the sirens! So when I look at your painting, I hear the babies chirping in my head.

My favorite view out my back window is a red cardinal sitting on the dark green fir tree which is laced with fresh white snow.

Colors, how can you ever pick one as a favorite? I often do, but I'm lying as I love them all.

JC said...

Yay! Keep an eye on those baby birdies!

paintergirl said...

mary-We started feeding the birds this winter solely because of those cardinals. I just love them so much.
I love so nmany colors too Mary-but I was obessesed with yellow as a child. I thought it went perfectly well with my aries self.

jc-their little mouths open,thinking mom is coming-little featherless bodies.

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