Odd Owl

I have painted many owls during my art journey. “Odd Owl” appeared one night while I was actually trying to make the shape of a cat with some cut up pieces of old paintings on watercolor paper.

I may have been influenced by Tim Price’s amazing photographs of his backyard owlets?? His owls are really cute, mine is a little funky! 😜

Owls keep making an appearance in my life lately. There are many interpretations of owls showing up as a spiritual sign. It could be a good thing, and it can be negative. I’m hoping for the good, meaning new beginnings with a higher understanding and evolved perspective.Β 

OwlsΒ can also show up when you are being asked to listen to your intuition. I have lots of stuff going on in life right now, so I am really trying to listen to my intuition, which is usually pretty sharp, when I am paying attention. πŸ˜‰

I hope you too, are paying attention, listen to the signs, and above all, love yourself and others wholly! πŸ₯°

6″ x 6″ x 1″ mixed media
24″ x 48″ acrylic on canvas

If you are interested in any of the original masterpieces above, please reach out to me here! πŸ™πŸ˜Š

30 Comments

  1. I love Odd Owl. Great horned owls really look like cats in silhouette. A lot of people think owls are bad omens, and La Llorona is rumored to change into an owl. However, I think owls are good luck and bring blessings. Thanks for the shout out.

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    1. Thanks, Judy! That is one of my favorites and one of the oldest paintings I still have, I’ve almost sold it a few times, but it keeps sticking around, maybe it’s supposed to stay with me?πŸ˜‰

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