Category: owl

Bobble Head Baby Bubo watercolor

First, I am sorry I have been away for soooooo long. I just finished an overwhelming semester at school of 5 classes and by the grace of God, I passed chemistry (which almost did me in, btw). Secondly, and unrelated, can you pray for… Continue Reading “Bobble Head Baby Bubo watercolor”

Great Horned Owl Watercolor

I’ve always wanted to see an owl in the wild while hiking. The natural way…not with a local bird group nor some Audubon field-trip, but surprisingly caught off guard while walking through the woods. For years, I’ve prayed for it. Then it happened. And… Continue Reading “Great Horned Owl Watercolor”

Owl Pellet Sketch

Finally!!!! I FOUND them!!! Owl pellets. After years of knowing what to look for and searching diligently, I got them! Whoooo Hoooooo! Yessssssss. Owl pellets are regurgitated fur and bones. Owls cannot digest them. It’s really not gross at all. If you have a cat, it’s… Continue Reading “Owl Pellet Sketch”

$30 Original Fine Art – Owl Eyes Drawing

Owl Eyes – graphite, conte, charcoal on gray paper Times are tough, but that doesn’t mean you can’t afford original fine art! I’m going to do a series of small original pieces that the everyday person can collect. Art and music seem to suffer the… Continue Reading “$30 Original Fine Art – Owl Eyes Drawing”

Sketch Class Results Feb 2011

02-26-2011 28°F Light snow, no wind We first hike the Black Oak Trail, to get our blood pumping and connect with nature. The heavy odor of burnt firewood hangs in the air. I do not know where the smell originates. Fresh snow makes identifying animal tracks a… Continue Reading “Sketch Class Results Feb 2011”

Hike and Sketch at Bartel Grasslands

I heard through the Illinois Birding List, that if you visit the Bartel Grasslands after 3pm, your chances of seeing a short-eared owl over the field this time of year is pretty high. Well, that’s all I needed! So yesterday I jumped in the… Continue Reading “Hike and Sketch at Bartel Grasslands”