Owl in the abstract

I call this “Owl”  can you see him?   I love pushing around the paint, or in this case oil pastel, until an abstract form appears that I am satisfied with.

Here, these little eyes appeared reminding me of an owl. Owls are my all time  favorite bird. They are mysterious and beautiful, and I love to come across one in the daylight. A rare but awesome sighting.

 

©Jay Mora-Shihadeh

 

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  1. My Mom used to collect anything Owl related…I have her collection on boxes and love exploring all the things.. I love this painting!

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