Linda Kemp Paintings
Sharing my obsession with Negative Painting! These are some of my original watercolour and acrylic paintings. For more paintings visit my website…
Priscilla and the Blue Feather
Priscilla gazed through the tree branches, curious to know who had left a deep blue feather lodged in the notch between two twigs. She hoped it was a gift meant just for her. Acrylic on Claybord 5" x 7" by Linda Kemp
As the party guests waved goodbye, everyone remarked on the tasty treats that had been served. Several offered to tidy up, but Ciscindle declined their offers and chirped, “Oh it’s no bother at all.” She found the ground littered with nutshells and seed hulls. Her cheerful mood took an abrupt turn. Ciscindle glowered. Not only was she left with a mess and no help, but everyone had followed her instructions for “best wishes only” and there were no surprise gifts for her. Acrylic on panel 5"x7"
Yellow Bird Follows a Song
Original painting - Acrylic on panel - 6" x 8" "......A dark hole in the underbrush echoed with their calls as Yellow Bird hesitated at the opening. Something in her hollow bones told her that entering the hole might not be the best idea."
Acrylic on panel 6" x 8" On the first day of the new year, while rooting for tasty seeds at the edge of the garden, Gertie came upon a wondrous glass ball glowing in a small clearing. She was certain it was a piece of the sun, or perhaps a fallen star. She was determined to keep this wee bit of heaven for herself, but the ball was much too large for her to carry home in her beak. Flying off to get help would mean leaving the orb unattended and Raven might snatch it... .