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Blue Jay is one of the most beloved colorful birds by artists. There are many paintings of this little Northern American bird done with all sorts of media. Even though I haven’t seen it in real yet, unfortunately… I couldn’t resist doing one image of Blue Jay on my own. In truth, everything about the look of it, but especially the colors, is attractive and very inviting to draw or paint. I called my painting “Mischievous M. Blue Jay” as I read that it may occasionally impersonate the calls of raptors, especially those of the red-tailed hawks, possibly to test if a hawk is in the vicinity, though also possibly to scare off other birds that may compete for food sources.
This piece is one of the series “Mister Birdy” I work on at the moment. Alone or with its companion Mr. Kingfisher this painting can become a great wall decoration for a child's bedroom or summer veranda or even a living room near windows being surrounded by plants and flowers.

Original painting by Diana Titova.

Oil painting on Canvas
Unframed, comes ready to hang.
Size: 35×24×2cm / 13,6x9,5x0,5 in
Canvas stretched on a wooden stretcher, painted around the edges to compliment the artwork and doesn’t need framing. Signed only on the front and on the back sides and comes with the certificate of authenticity.

The artwork will be shipped with Express Mail Service usually arrives within 7-10 days after dispatch worldwide, fully tracked. It will be shipped in a card box board (highly safe packaging).

Materials used:

oil

Tags:
#blue bird #art for kids rooms #colourful birds art #nature wall art decor #small but meaningful painting 
Mischievous Mister Blue Jay (2021)
Oil painting
by Diana Titova

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Blue Jay is one of the most beloved colorful birds by artists. There are many paintings of this little Northern American bird done with all sorts of media. Even though I haven’t seen it in real yet, unfortunately… I couldn’t resist doing one image of Blue Jay on my own. In truth, everything about the look of it, but especially the colors, is attractive and very inviting to draw or paint. I called my painting “Mischievous M. Blue Jay” as I read that it may occasionally impersonate the calls of raptors, especially those of the red-tailed hawks, possibly to test if a hawk is in the vicinity, though also possibly to scare off other birds that may compete for food sources.
This piece is one of the series “Mister Birdy” I work on at the moment. Alone or with its companion Mr. Kingfisher this painting can become a great wall decoration for a child's bedroom or summer veranda or even a living room near windows being surrounded by plants and flowers.

Original painting by Diana Titova.

Oil painting on Canvas
Unframed, comes ready to hang.
Size: 35×24×2cm / 13,6x9,5x0,5 in
Canvas stretched on a wooden stretcher, painted around the edges to compliment the artwork and doesn’t need framing. Signed only on the front and on the back sides and comes with the certificate of authenticity.

The artwork will be shipped with Express Mail Service usually arrives within 7-10 days after dispatch worldwide, fully tracked. It will be shipped in a card box board (highly safe packaging).

Materials used:

oil

Tags:
#blue bird #art for kids rooms #colourful birds art #nature wall art decor #small but meaningful painting 
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Diana Titova is a Spain-based artist born in Russia. Love of art accompanied her throughout her life, whether it was fine art, applied arts, or the history of art. Consequently,... Read more

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