August Artwork (Draw a Bird Day Roundup)

Better late than never, right? Life and work get in the way sometimes, but I wanted everyone to get a chance to see the amazing bird artwork so many talented bloggers posted in August for the Draw a Bird Day celebration!   A special thanks to Kathy at Backyard Bird Nerd and all of our WordPress photographers for their beautiful work and reference images! In case you missed anyone’s post, here are the links to our participants’ bird celebrations from August:

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Michael of A Certain Line contributed whimsical mixed media artwork

Jill at Jill’s Art Journal contributed a brown-headed nuthatch in watercolor

Charlie at Doodlewash contributed a macaw in watercolor

Kerfe at Method Two Madness contributed a flicker in paint and collage

Jodi at Life in Between painted a pink flamingo in watercolor

Dawn at Brush of Dawn painted a crow in acrylics recently (I couldn’t find the artwork at your August link, Dawn, but love your crow too!)

Marcy Erb at Illustrated Poetry contributed some stork artwork

Cave Painter contributed a bald eagle in watercolor

Birgit Winter at Winter Art Blog painted a crow for us

Michelle Kogan painted a watercolor turkey

Carrie of Carrie Cordero Designs painted a tailorbird in watercolor

Jeanette Clawson at Lunanista contributed some mixed media swallows

Snehal Kank contributed a watercolor cardinal

Carolina at Yesterday After contributed a watercolor bluebird

0806 2Arsty Birdy of The Leaf Diary contributed a bird drawn in ink

Teri of Teri’s Sketch Journal painted in watercolor a very colorful painted bunting

Beverly of The Art Prescription contributed some crows in brush ink

Annie of Annie Draws Things contributed a sweet bee hummingbird in watercolor

Carol of Carol’s Creative Papers painted a pileated woodpecker in watercolor for us

Alison at East Witching contributed watercolor cardinal art and at this link, you can purchase a print if you like

 

I hope everyone enjoyed creating and viewing my talented friends’ creations this month! If you posted bird art in August, and do not see a link to your work here, then either I made a booboo, or I did not have a link to your work underneath my August 8 bird post in the comments section. Please add a link to your August Draw a Bird Day post in the comments here, though, and we’ll be sure to add you to the list!

I am taking a blogging break, although I hope to return soonish.    Are we all celebrating September and the advent of autumn’s flaming colors and cool breezes?    You know I am!   Peace and Happy Football Sunday to all!

59 thoughts on “August Artwork (Draw a Bird Day Roundup)

  1. Hi Laura: Thanks for the DABD listing. I have missed you and your colorful paintings and happy thoughts but understand sometimes breaks are needed. I’ve been sending my happy thoughts your way in your absence and hope the summer has been kind to you. Looking forward to your return. Take care!

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    1. Thanks Carrie, I hope you’re enjoying those Neocolors. Not sure if you’ve seen any bible art journaling videos, but people are apparently painting with a waterbrush right from the tips of those crayons. Pretty cool, huh? Looking forward to making art in a bible soon. :))

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      1. I really have not played with the neocolors that much yet. Other than the color swatch I did, watching videos about it were the only things I have done. And yes, I’ve seen bible journaling using neocolors in instagram as some of my friends do it. Painting with the waterbrush from the tips of the crayons is a great making art materials go a long way. Woot! Looking forward to your bible journaling journey. 🙂

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          1. hmmm. yes. I am feeling every bit of your drain. hugs. I bet in, 7- 10 more days and you should have a big drop in temps !!! oct 1 is the tipping point. you able to sleep ok, draw any, ? In summer – without proper AC, I get no house work accomplished. at all. no can do.

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    1. Thank you, Kathy; I miss you too! I hope you’re keeping your lens warmed up and the birdies fed. Vic brought in four monarch caterpillars and we’ve been raising and launching them. Apparently it’s quite a movement because they are endangered. He bought a milkweed plant in the spring, which is their only food source. We thought we might see a caterpillar or two, but we had tons of them! Anyway I know you’re into butterflies, so I thought you might want to know about the milkweed. We have one left, he’s still in a chrysalis in the aquarium. He should be launching this weekend, most likely. An incredible thing to witness the life cycle!

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