By: Art by Norunn

Apr 02 2017

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Category: Animals, Paintings 2017, Paintings inspired by nature, Uncategorized

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Focal Length:4.28mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:iPhone 4S

in latin, Eagle Owl or Hubro as we call it…a spectacular bird that is not often to be seen, at least not around here. I made it the same day as I made Jenny the cat. Birds and cats  usually don’t go well together, but on canvas it was another story. Maybe Jenny doesn’t see the owl as she is sitting in the window of an old barn looking in, and that might be the best for both of them. I’m not sure how that would have ended, so I leave it like that…    have a nice Sunday!

48 x 33cm / 19 x 13″acrylic on canvas

available at Saatchi or by e-mailing me

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