My father built these birdhouses. They are a source of entertainment while we sit and talk in the gazebo. I love the whimsy of it along with the bright colors, but mostly I painted this scene because it makes me happy.
The build below shows under washes of lemon yellow and permanent rose to create interest in the sky. Multiple glazes of cerulean, cobalt and ultramarine were used before the clouds were lifted.
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This watercolor was accepted for exhibition in the “Works on Paper” show at Perkins Center For The Arts in Moorestown, NJ. The show runs through December 9th.
All artwork is ©Yvonne Pecor Mucci. No reproduction without written permission.