Mother and Daughter

Mother and Daughter

This painting captures the love of a mother Giraffe to her baby.

I am using my Visual Journal to practice a few paintings for my new series on “Wild Animals”. I love all kinds of animals, more so now that I live out in the country and I see outside my window deer, fox, and even a bear (that is another story). This painting reflects the love between the mother Giraffe and her baby. You can actually feel the warmth reflected by the baby Giraffe as she snuggles up to her mother. Therefore, Whitney Houston….The Greatest Love of All is perfect for this painting. Enjoy!!!

My new series will not have any inspirational quotes or words. I want to reflect the beauty of animals and all you need to do is look closely and you can form your own interpretation of an inspirational thought. How does it make you feel? Is it peaceful, loving, calming or serene? Does this picture remind you of something in your life…a visit to a zoo as a child or with your child. You tell me? I would love to hear your interpretations of my painting. Tell me how my paintings are affecting you. Feel free to respond in this blog.

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5 thoughts on “Mother and Daughter

  1. This picture reminds me of the first time I was told that I could hold Hannah. She was 11 days old. Hannah was so tiny and I didn’t think it was possible to scoop her up and hold her against my chest. The love and grace of God saving and healing her was felt with every movement and breathe she took. The love of a mother and child is a bond that can never be broken.

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