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Patience or Extinction (A4 Print of my Original Painting)
This is an A4 print of my original Painting, it is printed with genuine canon inks on a canon flatbed printer. The poem will be printed on coloured card to compliment the Artwork. PATIENCE OR EXTINCTION? Home is where the heart is; donât see it as a prison; lockdown, sit tight, starve Corona to make things right. The Government are lifting restrictions but that could be suicide; if weâre not all careful and vigilant, then we could all be destroyed! The virus is easily spread: just touch something contaminated, then absent minded, you rub your eye â itâs a recipe to die! The virus is easily spread, get that into your head! Lets starve Covid 19 of human hosts â stay indoors â or weâll end up as ghosts! Millions of deaths globally and still counting, stay home â stop the death toll mounting! If we try and get back to normal too quick, itâll all get worse and more will get sick. The Government want non-essential workers to go ahead, but you canât spend your earnings when youâre dead! Peopleâs lives are more important than the economy, if you agree, then follow me, lockdown for longer, prevent a second spike, itâll be better in the long run, Corona will take a hike! If we act like things are normal, mixing and demonstrating in crowds, weâll be in it for the long haul â thatâs if weâre here at all! Corona will just love it â lots of human hosts to infect, but our lives we MUST protect! Millions of deaths have left loved ones grieving, the way some people carry on has got me seething; our lives are in each otherâs hands, consideration is what this demands, the human race is on the brink, do YOU want to be extinct?
My thanks to Isabel Morelli for the reference photograph. "Don't ruffle my feathers"! one blue and yellow macaw seems to be saying to the other in this pencil painting by Elaine Jones. The blue and yellow, or blue and gold macaw, ara ararauna, is native to tropical South American woodland and can grow to 30-34 inches and a weight of 2 or 3 pounds. These large, long-lived members of the parrot family are widespread in much of South America and are popular as pets because of their brilliant plumage, intelligence and ability to talk. In the wild they nest in dead palm trees and pairs usually mate for life, often reaching an age of 30-35 years. This original pencil painting is presented in a cream mount/matte ready for framing. (Image size approx. 29cm x 21cm" - external size 35cm x 28cm)
Eye catching seascape painting. The foreground has been textured with sand and gravel to draw the eye in and add extra detail and depth to the painting. The silver sea reflects the light making this eye catching and original. There is also texture on the rocks and headland. The painting continues round the edges of the canvas making this ready for immediate hanging with no need for framing. It has been finished with a protectve satin varnish.