owl wall art

owl wall art

These little guys have been waiting on the sidelines for a while. I hadn't shown them yet because the more graphic simplistic owl was looking rather grim and scary. He didn't look friendly and that wasn't working with me—but the Owl Wall Art set is now complete and I love it!

It was a difficult illustration because I kept wanting to stay away from the cartoony owls and make one more realistic but that still look approachable. I think I still ended up on the more fun side of this which is a bit ironic since I did take off from actual National Geographic type photographs.

My goal with this set was to keep the same look and feel as the Cardinal Wall Art. I want anyone that has the first set to feel like this second one falls in line. I'm thinking this is going to become a collection of sorts. A Little Hut birds or animals? Oh I know the A Little Hut Zoo! Yes!

So... which bird should come next?

After all the reds, pinks and hearts floating around here lately this is such a welcome change isn't it?

Happy Thursday everyone!

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owl wall art

2 comments:

  1. I love this little guy and that his look coordinates with the cardinal. Looking forward to the next "zoo" resident. Hummingbirds, penguins, puffins and flamingos are my favorites (though they're not primarily tree birds) but chickadees, bluejays, and woodpeckers also spring to mind

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  2. This is so sweet. My little guy is just learning to say "Hoo Hoo" this would be a great addition to a nursery. If we are doing a zoo, i think a zebra need to be on the list, and an elephant ( can just picture the ears.)

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