Ryan, The Red Fly Catcher

The most second favourite thing to paint are birds.  We have bird feeders at home and it is so exciting to see a new kind of bird appearing.  One day I found this picture of this red bird and I decided to try and paint it.  I really don’t do it justice.  Being such a vibrant colour of red I just could not match it.  I did try and am pleased with the bird.  Hope you can enjoy it too.

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