Pastels Sleeping Red Fox II,paper,pastel
© Barbara Haviland-Texas Impressionist Artist
Did You Also Know?
- The red fox will continue to hunt even when its tummy is full. …
- Red foxes have large, upright ears and their hearing is so sharp that they can hear a watch ticking 40 yards away.
- A red fox’s tail is about one third of its length. …
- The male red fox is called a dog, while the female is called a vixen.
I am learning Pastels and this is my very first Pastel. I did my Sleeping Red Fox II and he measures 8″x 8″ and his is framed
By the way, I have seen my first in the live Red Fox in my new home.. I was mesmerized..
Tell me what wild animals you have seen unexpectedly… Barbara
Published by barbarahaviland2014
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We have just recently moved the Woodville, Texas. So far, we are both loving the country. I create art for myself. I love doing this. I am a Christian, wife, mother, retired banker, and artist. I started painting in 1976 and was hooked. I have never been bored creating a painting. The subjects are endless. I have been frustrated, but never bored, I will try all subjects, landscape, floral, seascape, still life, and portraits. I belong to several art groups
Outdoor Painters Society
Oil Painters of America
Artists of Texas
Tyler County Art League
I also teach oil painting classes each week in my studio.
When I'm not painting, I love to be with my family. My husband is my best friend and we have been married for 59 years. We travel thro this great country.
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