Inside/Out (birds, girl and her cat)
15 x 11 inches
Watercolor painting on watercolor paper
Children's Calendar Series
In 2001, I painted a series of watercolor paintings for publication of a children's calendar. This watercolor painting, for January of the year, shows in the early spring two birds outside the window on the snow, wishing they could be inside in the house where it is warm. The little girl and her cat inside are wishing they could be outside playing in the snow, like the birds.
From seeing the two birds outside the window, the little girl and her cat know that the spring is coming soon. They know the winter is about gone and they will see the colorful flowers will be back in the front yard, then the Easter will follow. Lot of fun!
This watercolor painting uses people and birds as the subjects to express the humor and a universal message about love and nature. It seems a small matter around our everyday lives, love and wish are always within us.
My other paintings with Birds:
AlphaBirds Poster: Watercolor of Birds
Sea gulls in the Beach Summer
Mother bird in the church in the Easter Sunday, watercolor painting in my picture book: Miz Fannie Mae's Fine New Easter Hat.
Mother bird follows his children to the apple tree, watercolor painting in my picture book: Miz Fannie Mae's Fine New Easter Hat.
Birds with the flower hats and more birds with hat on the apple tree, watercolor painting in my children's book: Miz Fannie Mae's Fine New Easter Hat.
Painting of Sea Birds
My other paintings with Cat:
My Furry Valentine: Cat is my Valentine
Painting of Cat on the table in the Thanksgiving Day
Cat and dog with my snowman
Painting of Cat with Fruit
Happy birthday Cat in a birthday hat
Painting of Cat napping next to roses
Cat with butterfly
Cat with apple
Cat in children's magazine illustration: Get Offf My Lap, Cat
Cat in "Get Off My Lap, Cat" as the scary cat on apple tree
Cat is sleeping in children's magazine illustration painting