I’d like to recognize and thank our July Draw a Bird Day artists, who posted their lovely bird artwork for our monthly celebration on the eighth! I would also like to thank Philip Schwarz of Philip Schwarz photography for the wonderful bluebird reference image for my graphite drawing. I hope you all enjoy the bird art this month!
Jodi at Life in Between contributed a watercolor hummingbird
Carrie Lynn contributed a watercolor flamingo and a watercolor toucan too (a new contributor, please check out her site; she’s rocking World WC Month!)
Henis Happy Paintings contributed a crow in the moonlight in acrylics (another new contributor!)
Annie of Annie Draws Things also joined us for the first time, and here is her orange watercolor canary
Sissh of Sissh Art Journal, another first-time contributor, posted her watercolor birds in an illustrative style
Rebecca at Rebecca Evans Create contributed her hummingbird hawk moth in a “brusho” she invented herself and shared her recipe(!)
Sharon at Monday Tuesday Wednesday contributed a rainbow toucan in watercolor
Dawn at Brush of Dawn Oil Paintings contributed an oil painting of one of her hens
Ann Christina contributed a watercolor hummingbird based on one of Kathy’s wonderful photographs at Backyard Bird Nerd
Tequihby at One Stumble at a Time contributed a watercolor toucan as well (popular bird this month!)
Snehal Kank contributed a house finch in watercolor
Judith at Artistcoveries contributed an imaginary bird, also in watercolor
Deborah at Circadian Reflections contributed a lazuli bunting in watercolor
Carol at Carol’s Creative Papers contributed a seagull in watercolor
Kerfe at Method Two Madness contributed her paintings of her local crow in ink and her blogging partner Nina contributed a watercolor owl
Jill of Jill’s Art Journal contributed her watercolor sketch of a common redpoll
Carolina of Yesterday After also contributed a watercolor hummingbird, another popular bird this month, when we see them often at our feeders
Charlie of Doodlewash, also known as the Grand Master of World Watercolor Month(!), which we are all having so much fun with, contributed his watercolor of a kingfisher
Beverly at Art Prescription contributed her folk art birds
Myriam at Myr’s Bites contributed her watercolor bearded reedling
and Susan of Susan Feniak’s Art contributed a mama and baby grebe in watercolor this month – are you starting to see a watercolor theme this month?! Many of us are enjoying Charlie’s World Watercolor Month challenge. I hope you’ll join us, if you’ve not already; it’s going on all month!
I’d like to close with my entry for World Watercolor Month today, an abstract bird in watercolor.
Happy Sunday, and please make time to fill up your peace tank. The world could use a lot more of it!