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Cold! and chicken painting

Posted by sheryl_ontario ONT z5 (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 22, 09 at 9:42

We are having -10c to -25c temps now at night. I put a heat lamp in the chicken coop but it is so cold! The days are sunnny and milder so I am opening the little door into the pen during the daytime. Hubby designed a lever so that we can open the pen door from outside the pen. :-) It works great!

I just finished this painting of a hen. Its not one of my girls, but belongs to a friend. She took the photo and gave me permission to use it as reference, but mine look just like this. This one is a beloved pet. I Love my girls!! The are so sweet! I want to start painting more farm animals.

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  • Posted by luke_oh zone 5 NE Ohio (My Page) on
    Tue, Dec 22, 09 at 18:02

Sheryl, Very very nice. You have a real talent. Please keep it up and post you art work.
Thanks,
Luke


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Wow, that is really beautiful! You are quite talented.

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Beautiful painting, Sheryl! You've done a great job of capturing her expression. I like chicken pictures!

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Sheryl, that is a beautiful painting!!! You really have a wonderful talent. I just love the way you can almost see each individual feather, this must have taken quite some time!! I enjoy looking at these so if you have more, please post. Lori


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