Sunday, March 7, 2010

White-crowned sparrow

White-crowned sparrows are common in winter here in the Valley. I see them often foraging along with juncos and the non-native house sparrows. They are just beautiful to watch. This painting is of a white-crowned sparrow perching on a berry bush that runs along a levee of Old River in Byron, CA. This painting is titled "A thorny perch", gouache 8.5"x11". Original SOLD at CVBS 2010.

2 comments:

Urusaiko's Blog said...

You are so talented. (I know, I'm good for your ego.) I especially like the beak and breast area of the bird and the branches. I really enjoy seeing your artwork!

Rene C. Reyes said...

Thanks Elaine! You are an ego booster.