Sunday, April 17, 2011

Red Tail Hawk

Finally a new drawing! Playing a bit more with pattern and bits of color. This drawing is 33" wide by about 10" tall. It is a juvenile Red Tail they have at the Desert Museum. I also have another work in progress of a raven in flight. Shouldn't be too long before it's complete.


I am also going to be doing a group show with my mother (how cool is that) at the Ranch House Gallery at Aqua Caliente in July & August of 2012. It will take me that long to get ready for it too. My mother works mostly in oils, but also dabbles in colored pencil and graphite as well. I will post some images when it gets a little closer of some of her work. I am very excited to share in this opportunity with her. Should be fun, can't wait!!

4 comments:

Julia Ruffles | wildlife animal artist said...

wonderful colouring in the eye, really captivating and alive! stunning rendering of the feathers, I hope you are well :) Jules

Jennie Norris said...

Thank you Julia! : )

Roger Brown My Botswana Art said...

A special painting!I have looked after quite a number of raptors here in Botswana mainly casualties of the roads .It was a great feeling to have been able to have saved some

Jennie Norris said...

Thank you Roger. What a special feeling it must be to save one, you do good work! Your art is beautiful, and Botswana looks like an amazing place!