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BiPolar Bear

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Bi Polar Bear, Surreal Pen and Ink, by Jenny Armitage

BiPolar Bear (India Ink on cold-press paper 12 x 14 inches).

 

Bi-polar disorder is a bear to suffer through.  Being a bipolar bear may not be much better.  But this one seems to be barring up well.

I have changed him up a little digitally:

Bi-polar Bear II, digital drawing by Jenny armitage

BiPolar Bear II (digital drawing available in 8 x 10 and 11 x 14 images)

 

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Foxgloves

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Foxgloves a Surreal Drawing of a Fox in Pen by Jenny Armitage

Foxgloves (12 x 15 India Ink) available

Yes I have a visual mind and yes the results can be silly.

 

Limited Edition Digitally altered prints:  11 x 14 $75 unframed.

Fox Gloves on Lavender (digitally altered pen and ink 11 x 14) $75 unframed

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Honking Geese

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I hear the sound of geese returning and I imagine something like these.

Canadian Brass Geese, Funny Drawing by Jenny Armtiage

Canadian Brass Geese (11 x 14 India Ink) available

 

Horn Necked Goose, Surreal Drawing by Jenny Armitage

Horn-Necked Goose (12 x 15 India Ink) $600 framed; $500 unframed

 

 

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Bird Brain

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Bird Brain, Visual Pun, by Jenny Armitage

Bird Brain (India Ink 14 x 16) available

I have a very visual mind.  When someone says “bird brain,” I’m apt to see something like this.  But I particularly liked this visual pun, because it hints at the intelligence of  birds, which is often as great or greater than mammals with similar lifestyles.  Ironically, owls are not particularly bright birds, but crows, hawks, and ravens are.

 

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The Raven Tree

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The Raven Tree, Drawing by Jenny Armitage

The Raven Tree (2 x 21 archival pen) available

When I look at pines I often see things in the branches the way other people see things in the clouds.  From there to a tree of ravens wasn’t much of a stretch.

Fine art prints are available. I’ve also digital manipulated the tree so as to place it on a couple different backgrounds for printing. Those images can be seen and purchased here.

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