“When working on ringnecks, I like to paint their heads in pure, bold colors with firm edges and then loosen up the brushwork in the background.”
This trio of pheasants is set against the background of a loosely painted, colorful midwestern fencerow. When working on ringnecks, I like to paint their heads in pure, bold colors with firm edges and then loosen up the brushwork in the background. It gives the painting a strong focal point and the expression on their faces is a natural center of interest. Most of the foreground is painted in bold strokes of solid color laid onto the canvas with a palette knife.
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All prints are mounted to foam core, signed, and numbered.
This canvas is available framed or unframed. The framed options available are: Charcoal, Classic Bronze & Oldham Brown.
Edition: 250 Signed and Numbered Canvas Giclées
Dimensions: Unframed: 18"x24", Framed : Charcoal (23"x29"), Classic Bronze (25.25"x31.25"), and Oldham Brown (24"x30")