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Random artworks by Lucy Autrey Wilson

Thursday, December 29, 2011

The Day After

The Letter D

The boys were reunited on a road Dominated by a Dandelion-colored D.  Wilson was Delighted by a Dragonfly hovering over the Daffodils but Cole was more interested in Divining what he would find next.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

The Letter C

Cole, meanwhile, wandered onto a field Containing a Cyan-colored C and a Camel.  But it was the Cat, looking at a Cardinal perched on a Chrysanthemum, which caught Cole's attention.  "Be Careful!" Cole Cried to the little bird before leaving to find his brother. "You don't want to be that cat's supper."

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

The Letter B

A Bear suddenly appeared Bearing Balloons.  Remembering the little Bird's warning in A, and not wanting to Bother the Beast, Wilson quietly sneaked away from the land of the Brown-colored B.

Monday, December 26, 2011

The Letter A

When the Taylor twins arrived in the land of the Apricot-colored A, Wilson was surprised to see a little plover on the nose of an Alligator.  "Beware of the bs, the little bird chirped."  Cole was too intrigued by a giant Acanthus to hear the warning so Wilson ran on by himself to find out what lay Ahead.

Part A of The Taylor Twins in Alphabet World.

Sunday, December 25, 2011

The Messengers

The fishes, seahorses and turtle bring a message for the new year.  Love where you live and keep it pure.
Photo composite and digital painting for Illustration Friday.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Solana Beach

Some nice things about winter in So Cal:  clean air and beautiful sunsets.  Other recent San Diego County north coast photos are here.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Spoonbill is a Gregarious Bird

New oil painting on stretched linen 28"x22."  The Spoonbill is one of my favorite birds, although we don't have them in California that I know of.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Crow Has a New Shadow

I did this oil painting a few years ago but it still needed something.  Art teacher extraordinaire Chester Arnold helped me see where to put Crow's shadow.  Now the bird is more grounded (always a good thing!).

Saturday, December 3, 2011