A Barn owl “portrait”. Christmas was a busy season for me. I’m finally able to devote some attention to this project again. Some more owls soon, including a couple more of these portraits.
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7×5 Barn Owl Illustration
I have a new tradition of drawing Christmas Cards every year. I will have a couple owls this year. This is the first, a simple and fun Snowy Owl and falling snow.
Snowy Owl Christmas Card
A cozy illustration of a Barn Owl flying over a field of haystacks. I spent a full day drawing owls yesterday and this is the first of a few. More soon.
Barn Owl and Haystacks Print
Finally feels like Summer is ending here in DC. An Owl and colorful Autumn leaves for the first owl of September.
Autumn Owl Print
“Three Owlets in a tree”
This illustration was a bit difficult getting it to the point where I was happy. So far it’s the owl illustration I spend the longest span of time on. I kept coming back and adding to it in between working on other projects, never quite sure if it would make the cut. Finally, at the end I added layers of blue over the whole illustration and brought it from daytime into a more dusky time of day. I think it worked and made it a bit more interesting. Overall I’m pretty happy with it and I like the geometric pattern that came about in the vegetation.
Prints at the shop
A Barn Owl peeking out from an old stone barn.
A Great Grey Owl in a grey forest. Latin Name: Strix nebulosa – nebulosa derived from Latin for misty or foggy.
Northern Pygmy Owl and Pinecones.
#17 is a nighttime desert scene with giant Agaves and Sagauro cacti. A little Elf Owl chases a moth across a sky filled with stars and a crescent moon. Really pleased with this one!
Elf Owl Print in my Etsy Shop