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It’s funny how animals can capture one’s love and attention, whether they live with us side-by-side, or if we just see glimpses of them by chance in nature. To watch them is rewarding. To draw them takes a studious eye and knowledge of their habitat, anatomy and even stereotypical features, such as the guarding nature of a dog.
It’s easy to quickly scan over just about anything that you read online; we’re a fast-paced society. But I invite you to slow down, take a few moments and really look at what you’re seeing because today I’m featuring the portraits/figurative works of Denny Bond.
While you may not feel inspired to actually paint or draw everyday (although I hope you do), when you need a little push, one resource you can always rely on is one of our family of fine art magazines, including Watercolor Artist