Monday, November 21, 2011


My friend, Sharon, came up with the title.  She was thinking about shadows and crows, but instead I came up with this. 

She looks a bit rough,
a bit overly made up,
the type of a girl who'd hang out with crows?

Caw Girl I
Full sheet (22 x 30) Fabriano Artistico
140lb cold press.

Not finished yet but I don't want to do too much more.  (And I think I'll do a few of these caw girls; I have some ideas for the the next one.)


debwardart said...

This could certainly turn into a series. Looking forward to more!

Anonymous said...

I so love this, Rhonda. Such a mood to this one...a bit of darkness...the humor, the girl, the crows...Perfection!

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Deb. I've been searching for females posed like they are sitting on a fence - next one to come, I think, for this Caw Girls series :)

Thanks, Sherry. More to do but haven't felt much like painting for a day or so - and cleaning house (ugh, hate it!) to get ready for holidays and such. My neighbor has his Christmas lights up already!!!

Ann Buckner said...

Wishing you and Jerry a most Blessed Thanksgiving, Rhonda.

Love your Caw Girl. Very creative.