Birds and More Birds!

bird of paradisechickadee light

I started these small bird drawings to include in my husband’s lunch box as a token of my love…

each one is approximately 3″x4″.

They have been a good exercise for me and help me start the day with something creative. More on the way!

exotic pidgeonhummingbird light

green eyed birdevening grosbeak

sandpipers

zebra finch parrot

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. terrienix@comcast.net
    Nov 03, 2015 @ 20:53:03

    Susan, the bird on the left, third one down, looks like the original angry bird!!  A bit nasty, actually.  The second one down, grey with a little yellow, on the other hand, looks sweet! The quiche treat was wonderful  last night (with a salad and a glass of red wine).  Did you know that broccolli is my favorite veggie? And with the bacon – oh yummmmmm!  Such a caring, loving and thoughtful thing for you to do.   Does Friday work for you for us to get together?   Love, Terrie

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  2. Sue Johnson
    Nov 04, 2015 @ 09:37:18

    Susan

    Love them all!

    Sue

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  3. geraniumcat
    Nov 05, 2015 @ 06:56:37

    They are lovely, Susan. I think I like the first, the lyre bird, best. What a great way to start the day.

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  4. Christina Olds
    Nov 05, 2015 @ 07:55:26

    Sweet and beautiful!

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