SIX DAYS OF PAINTING ROBINS: 30 IN 30 PAINTING CHALLENGE, DAYS 13 TO 18

by | Last updated Sep 7, 2018 | Published on Feb 20, 2018 | Art Blog, Art Challenges, Traditional

Six Days of Robin Paintings, in the February 2018 30 in 30 Painting Challenge, with Transgender Artist Sophie Lawson

DAYS 13 TO 18

“I was sat up in the park this week and a bird was singing away in the tree tops for ages.

Finally, I managed to find them and realise it was a little Robin singing to me … made my day that did :)

“EVERYDAY’S A GOOD DAY WHEN YOU PAINT.

– Bob Ross

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