Diane M Kellogg
The Birds of Spring
We hear their song. Such a beautiful melody on an early spring morning. Is there anything as sweet?
Originally from Pennsylvania, I was always anxious to see the first bird of spring, usually the American Robin. He heralded the beginning of a new season, a rebirth of sorts.
The colors of the robin make for fun painting.
The Baltimore Oriole is another colorful bird, often seen in the Eastern parts of North America. He too helps us to welcome spring with his arrival.
The appearance of the hummingbird, the smallest species of bird, is a sure sign that warmer weather has arrived. They come in so many beautiful hues and are so much fun to paint.
The Eastern Bluebird is another bird who decorates our world with color.
Let all these birds inspire you to paint, to create, to share their beauty. Welcome Spring!
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To quote Maya Angelou “A bird doesn't sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.” This is your chance to 'sing', do it with paint.
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