A sculpture and a painting.

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  1. David A Sercel

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    This is one of my mixed-media sculptures. The bird was carved from a wood called tupelo and painted with acrylics, as was the flower, and the feet and leaves were made from copper and painted with acrylics.

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    This is a watercolor painting of a Female Cardinal.

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    David
     
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    What beautiful work. :thumbup: I am especially fond of the watercolor; I like the perspective you chose of the bird's face. Plus, the female cardinal is one of my favorite birds; their subdued colors are so exotic-looking. :)

    Thanks for sharing your work! :D Do you do mostly birds, or other wildlife as well?
     
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    So far I have done mostly birds.
     
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