Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Clark's Nutcracker

6" x 6" Oil on Canvas Panel

The Clark's Nutcracker, named after Captain Clark of the Lewis and Clark expedition, is a member of the crow family. Did you know that the male incubates the eggs? He actually develops a brood patch on his chest similar to a female, and takes his turn keeping the eggs warm!
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Watercolors by Susan Roper said...


While I miss you over at Watercolor Workshop, I see you are excelling here in oil, too! I am simply blown away by your talent, it is very diverse in subject and absolutely right on in so many ways. I have bookmarked your blog and will add it as another Doris Glovier link on my blog. You deserve two of them! Now that I finally got over to your oils blog I will return again and again, I am sure.

Keep on, you're doing just fabulous work!


RHCarpenter said...

I, too, am enjoying your forays into oils, Doris. Love the cow, mother and child, and this lovely bird (the composition of him coming into the picture frame is great!). Beautiful work!