Digital Art - Digital Abstract, Paintography, Photopainting
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WE are very proud to write our "Mystical Brown Pelican Soaring Spirit" image has been featured by the following highly respect art groups:
1 - Animal Photographs: Featured on 3/10/17
2 - Surreal Perspectives: Featured on 3/10/17
3 - Pictures For Present: Featured on 3/10/17
4 - We Paint Every Day: Featured on 3/10/17
5 - Artists Without Borders: Featured on 3/10/17
6 - The Artistic Aperture: Featured on 3/10/17
7 - Poetic Poultry: Featured on 3/1/17
8 - The Artistic Aperture: Featured on 3/11/17
9 - Imagination-Artistry-Creativity: Featured on 3/12/17
10 - Art - It Is Good For You: Featured on 3/12/17
11 - All Aspects Of Abstract Art: Featured on 3/12/17
12 - Digital Works: Featured on 3/12/17
13 - Created by Southern Artists: Featured on 3/12/17
14 - HDR Photography: Featured on 3/13/17
15 - Images That Excite You: Featured on 3/13/17
16 - Art Impressionism To Realism: Featured on 3/13/17
17 - USA Photographers ONLY: Featured on 3/14/17
18 - Arts Fantastic World: Featured on 3/14/17
19 - FAA Portraits - Birds: Featured on 3/16/17
20 - KINGDOM Animalia: Featured on 3/19/17
21 - Cafe Art: Featured on 3/23/17
What can I say ? Deb captured this brown pelican as it flew over the salt water while we stood on Driftwood Beach, which is part of Jekyll Island, Georgia a few weeks ago. However, since we have already posted more than one aerial brown pelican I, Bill, decided to get a little on the "wild" side digitally speaking this morning. I have always heard as someone ages he/she sometimes reverses back to his/her childhood ages mentally. Maybe that is happening here. Regardless, I got carried away with the digital effects, paint brushes and almost could not stop myself. Finally, I arrived at this stage with this image and thought "WOW, this looks like a mystical fantasy brown pelican soaring across the sky", which brought forth the title name. Folks, sometimes you just have to get into your work and have a little fun or you can go "bat-crap" crazy. Deb has not seen this work yet so she may not speak to me this weekend or she may demand I post the original, which I'm planning to do anyway or on the other hand she may love it. We'll see. UPDATE. Deb is not as much into photo-painting as I but she liked what I did with her brown pelican. So, all is well.
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"Art Inspires Our Minds"
Bill and Deb Hayes
March 10th, 2017
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