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DOWNY WOODPECKER ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR PAINTING

DOWNY WOODPECKER original watercolor painting is 6 x 9 inches on Arches 140 lb paper. Even the woodpecker owes his success to the fact that he uses his head and keeps pecking away until he finishes the job he started. Coleman Cox

BIRD COMMON RED POLL ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR PAINTING

COMMON RED POLL bird original watercolor painting is 8 x 10 inches on Arches 140 lb paper. Intelligence without ambition is like a bird without wings. Salvadore Dali

BLUE BIRD #3 ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR PAINTING

BLUE JAY original watercolor painting is 8 x 10 inches on Arches 140 lb paper. "...A bluejay hasn't any more principle than an ex-congressman, and he will steal, deceive and betray four times out of five; and as for the sacredness of an obligation, you cannot scare him in the detail of principle."  Mark Twain

HIBISCUS AND HUMMINGBIRD ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR PAINTINGS

HIBISCUS AND HUMMINGBIRD original watercolor painting is 8 x 10 inches on Arches 140 lb paper. "..may my faith always be at the end of the day like a hummingbird...returning to its favorite flower.” ― Sanober Khan

RED CARDINAL # 1 AND #2 ORIGINAL PAINTINGS

CARDINAL #1 AND #2 /male and female cardinals, original watercolor paintings on Arches 140 lb paper are both 6 X 7 inches. No matter what yesterday was like, birds always start the new day with a song...

"CATTITUDE" ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR PAINTING

CATTITUDE - original watercolor painting is 8 x 10 inches on Arches 140 lb paper. "Cats randomly refuse to follow orders to prove they can.” ― Ilona Andrews

SLEIGH RIDE WATERCOLOR PAINTING ORIGINA

SLEIGH RIDE original watercolor painting is 8 x 10 inches on Arches 140 lb paper.   "....The horse knows the way To carry the sleigh, Through the white and drifted snow." Lydia M. Child

Wild Cat Original Watercolor Painting

Wild Cat original watercolor is 6.5  x 10 inches.  I don't know what kind of cat this is.  When I used the google identifier, it came up with three different possibilities, two of which were extinct, and an ocelot.  This doesn't look like the ocelots that I have seen pictures of.  “Not every puzzle is intended to be solved. Some are in place to test your limits. Others are, in fact, not puzzles at all...” ― Vera Nazarian,   The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration