Friday Faves: Yes, Deer

30 Mar

Hubby and I have been going through major winter cabin fever.  Every weekend lately, it’s been either snowing or raining.  We miss getting our hiking on and are ready to see some wildlife actually in the wild ( the diaorama at the local Cabellas doesn’t count ).  There’s just something so magical about coming across creatures in the woods.   Are you experiencing the itch to get outdoors and do some animal watching?  Maybe these will help..

Guardian Lineage by Duy Huynh, acrylic on wood, 32x32

Passage by Susan Hall, oil on panel, 43x51

Yellow Stag by Rachel Denny, wool, polyurethane foam, wood, plastic & steel, 40x19x21

Stout by Scott Belcastro, acrylic on panel, 20x20

Bauxite Rose From Her Lifeless Sleep by Deedee Cheriel

Duy Huynh | Susan Hall | Rachel Denny | Scott BelcastroDeedee Cheriel 

Happy weekend!

Featured image is by Corine Perier.  All images are via the artists’ websites, linked above.

9 Responses to “Friday Faves: Yes, Deer”

  1. artbystacibrown March 30, 2012 at 9:56 am #

    great collection of work you’ve posted here! now if ya want nice weather come to the Sonoran Desert here in Arizona! going to be 90 today lol

    • Lesley March 30, 2012 at 10:00 am #

      Oh 90 is too hot, Staci! That’s why we left Florida. ;-)

  2. Angela Trumble March 30, 2012 at 3:28 pm #

    I love the art you have posted!
    Have a great weekend! :)

    • Lesley March 30, 2012 at 3:31 pm #

      Glad you like it! Thanks for visiting, Angela!

      Cheers!
      Lesley

  3. Impower You April 4, 2012 at 10:42 pm #

    I lived in Colorado for years in a very rural area. We had herds of elk migrating through and deer that would graze through our tiny town. It was always a treat to see them.

    • Lesley April 5, 2012 at 8:17 am #

      I’m originally from Jacksonville, FL, where deer sightings are pretty rare, but now living in the Northwest and still feel a thrill every time I see them. And elk are even more thrilling! We were hiking in the Hoh Rainforest in WA last summer and were lucky enough to see a few mother elk with their babies– amazing! We’re currently in Northern Idaho and my hubby is determined to see a moose in the wild before we leave. ;-)

      • Impower You April 5, 2012 at 9:30 pm #

        How wonderful. I love seeing wild animals. There is something so amazing about other species when they are not domesticated. I could have been a zoologist if I hadn’t such a passion for art.

        I hope you see a moose! I have only seen one a long time ago and it was barely visible.

        If you take photos will you add them to your blog?

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