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Finally Finished: Five New
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Finally Finished: Five New

Finally Finished: Five New

January 24, 2011

I usually don’t finish things, just keep dinking around on them.  But I’m in a Finishing Frenzy!

Anna's Hummingbird in Snow, painting by Ed Newbold

Anna's Hummingbird in Snow, painting by Ed Newbold c 2011

This is a painting I mentioned in the Something New post and it will be available 12 x 16 andsmall in a 8 x 10 mat by tomorrow.

Bald Eagle painting by Ed Newbold

Bald Eagle painting by Ed Newbold

This is one I painted on for a long time in 2006 and discarded.  I couldn’t remember what it was I didn’t like about it when I looked at it recently, so I finished it and it will be available 12 x 16 and for 8 x 10 mat  by tomorrow also.

American Redstarts, painting by Ed Newbold

American Redstarts, painting by Ed Newbold c 2011

These are an American Redstart couple (female above), one of our most underappreciated birds.  I’ve been working on this for a year or more, but it began decades ago as Redstart painting for my Shade Coffee poster, then I changed the subject to Red-naped Sapsucker, well this is boring. but it’s done now and available in the same sizes as the others by tomorrow.

Pike Place Marke painting by Ed Newbold Pike Place Market painting by Ed Newbold
This one is only going to be available 12 x 16 tomorrow (Jan 25, 2011).  It’s the view out of my neighbor’s window at the market. 
Duck Skinny, paintings by Ed Newbold

Duck Skinny, from top Green-winged Teal, Mallards, Cinnamon Teal, Common Mergansers, Canvasbacks, Harlequin Ducks and Drake Wood Duck

I’ve been working on a Duck Skinny for years, recently I painted the Harlequins and Greenies here to fill up the space. From a sales point of view, the advantage of a Duck Skinny is that if it just won’t fly, it still might swim.

Not only these, but I’m closing in, hopefully in Feb on finishing Bluebirds in a PA snow (includes Barn!) and soon after that Harlequins, Green-winged Teal and Chickadee and a PA barn. Planning a re-finish on Warblers of the West and US Hummingbirds soon also.

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