Bamburgh Buzzard

Bamburgh Buzzard

Absolutely beautiful - so delicately painted; not an easy task I'm sure.

Love feathers, a beautifully painted one, Paulette.

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Called Bamburgh Buzzard because I was walking towards the village and castle of Bamburgh when I spotted this fluffly little feather on the floor before me. I am pretty confident it is a buzzard feather, either from a young bird or the fluffy part of a mature bird. So light and fluffy this little feather never stays still in my studio. Just walking past it generates enough air movement to send it whirling into the air, I am always finding it in different places, how it has not been sucked up by the hoover yet is pure luck. Drawn in pencil on bristol paper 10 x 8"

About the Artist
Paulette Farrell

Professional Artist. For 2020 I have decided to focus my work on cricket (which I love) and figure / portrait paintings and drawings. Although I am able to draw and paint birds, still lifes and animals and have been successful selling them I noted that whilst painting them I was forever thinking…

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