Here are two red shouldered hawks and a peachick from Key Biscayne.
This painting was based on a photo taken in Crandon Park.
This dragonfly lives in Key Biscayne. He flits about and it very difficult to get a photo of him but alas, it was done, and this painting is based on that photo.
My first rendition of this rabbit was awful and I tossed it . But this time, I paid close attention to his dimensions and wanted to capture his innocence. Hope that you like Buddy as much as I do. Buddy lives in Crandon Park where he hops around and makes appearances in the late afternoons.
I had to run out to the balcony to get this photo. Totally untouched photo. Taken with Leica V-Lux 40.
This painting was based on an original photo taken during one of my morning walks around Key Biscayne. It was time to paint something other than a wallaby!!! Even though I adore little wallabies. But I wanted to pay attention to the local environs this time!
Here are just four pictures from the event. On March 15th and 16th, I had the privilege of participating in the local artist tent for local Key Biscayne Artists. This was shared with three other talented artists of the area.
I would like to thank all of you who had a chance to stop by. And thank you to the organizer of the event, the Rotary Club of Key Biscayne.