Monday, May 29, 2017

I've been thinking about...


They are such fascinating creatures.  They are the 'thinkers' of the forest -- perhaps they serve as judges, mayors, psychiatrists and guru's in the animal world.

My  owl study has made a bit of a flurry in my studio. Rather than feathers, I'm dealing with floss.  I'm experimenting with this and that.  I'm having a great deal of fun with these serious creatures.

"The owl", he was saying, "is one of the most curious creatures.  A bird that stays awake when the rest of the world sleeps.  They can see in the dark.  I find that so interesting, to be mired in reality when the rest of the world is dreaming.  What does he see and what does he know that the rest of the world is missing?" - M. J. Rose


  1. I love owls too. The top photo is so cute-with whiskers!

  2. They are really fascinating looking animals, aren't they. And you will have hours' worth of inspiration from them!

  3. Owls are very interesting. When I lived in the country I'd hear what I thought were Great Horned owls hoot to each other.

  4. Owls are fascinating, and their expressions are so varied. That second pic looks like he/she could be the psychiatrist of the forest!

  5. OMGosh...This is Thursday. I haven't read the blogs all week !?!?!?!!!
    Owls are elusive for me. Last week I got so excited because I thought I saw an owl in the woods behind my sister's house. Upon closer look, dang it, it was a cat. I have never seen an owl in the wild. Though, I have recently heard one in those woods where I thought the cat was an owl. That's probably why my eyes deceived me, lol. I have HEARD a screech owl...twice. Owls are so pretty, and they DO look wise!

    Hope you had a good week.
    xx, Carol

  6. Love owls! I once met one called Rupert who liked cuddles and got very stroppy if he thought he wasn't getting enough fuss!



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