Thursday, November 18, 2010

Junco, Work in Progress --- Linda C. Miller

Hello everyone....I have not visited nor posted in awhile but I will be catching up this week.
I am on hold in the studio for the next three weeks until I get up to see the "Losing Paradise" Exhibit at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC.

So I decided to start a new series based on my wonderful "wildlife mapping" photos from the Greensprings Trail and my visits to the Outer Banks.

Just yesterday, an immature male Common Yellowthroat (one of my favorites - but don't tell the others) stopped for a drink at Bodie Island lighthouse and the photos are so beautiful ---several renderings for sure.

Graphite on 140 lb hot press watercolor paper
14 inches wide by 9 inches high

Copyright 2010
Have a wonderful day, Linda
Naturalist, Artist and Instructor
Williamsburg, Virginia


  1. Your WIP of the Junco is wonderful!! We had our 1st one arrive last week...waiting for more :-)

  2. He's going to be beautiful. That's one of my favorites, too.

  3. Absolutely like it, I'd love to see how it progresses

  4. A beautiful start! Can't wait to see more!

  5. Nice start on your Junco. It's going to be lovely!

  6. Thankyou ladies...I done a bit more and I am finding that I really like leaving untouched passages when I work in graphite! Again thank you for stopping by, Linda

  7. I like that effect a LOT, Linda...beautiful...


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