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Rainbow Toucan

The painting i 20"x20" in a 2 inch dark walnut frame. The illustration is in several media of paint and ink and is on white plexiglass to enhance the quality of this work. The plexiglass has been gouged and scratched in areas of the illustration to enhance the realism. The painting is installed behind non glare glass and is for sale.

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Lois Penrod 05 Apr 2014

I wish this bird was outside all the time,odd I know....lol.Also call me crazy,in the beak of the bird the colors you used,carefully looking at it,it reminds me of a beautiful sunset over a peer bridge in the water.

Artist Reply: You are very observative Louis....one of your hidden talents. I have a similar strange surprise in the portrait of a Seminole Indian I made. I did not notice the panther and the bear reflection in his sunglasses until I was finished. This convinced me of the power of the spirits.
Artist Reply: You are very observative Louis....one of your hidden talents. I have a similar strange surprise in the portrait of a Seminole Indian I made. I did not notice the panther and the bear reflection in his sunglasses until I was finished. This convinced me of the power of the spirits.

John Cappello 16 Feb 2014

This is a most extraordinary Bird painting The various Shades of colors and sweet shapes! I doubt if anybody could have done Quite as well

Artist Reply: Thanks very much John! Your compliment is worth gold to me!

Blossom Hackett 03 Sep 2013

Although you do have a better collection on other subjects but since I have BIRDS my weakness I would Rainbow Toucan as my favorite one, great expression & good detailing on the beak.

Artist Reply: Thanks very much. This one is painted directly on PVC and slightly carved for effect!

Elizabeth Lindberg 28 Jan 2013

outstanding !!!!!!!!!!!!

Artist Reply: Thank you very much Elizabeth!

Anneke Hut 26 Jan 2013

This is indeed wonderful realistic, every little feather is shown! A great piece of art with brilliant colours, Vincent!