Raptor

raptorsThis is a painting I did for my granddaughter.  She is on a basketball team and today they were playing in a playoff game, which of course they won. I love painting birds and many times we do it together, so I decided it had to be a bird but then I also knew the bird had to be playing basketball. The number that the bird is wearing is #3 which of course is her number and the number the Mayor ,her grandfather, use to wear when playing sports.  The bird also has a bandana on it’s head, which is something she always wears.  I had so much fun in painting this and it was well worth it because she really liked it and thought it was cute.

Done in watercolours on paper.

 

 

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