Saturday, March 12, 2016

Guests for Dinner, 18x24 Oil on Canvas


This Wood Stork is calmly looking over the Spoonbills feeding in Mrazek Pond in the Everglades. The Wood Stork puts his bill underwater and waits for his prey, then his beak snaps shut at lightning speed, 25 milliseconds. This is known as grope-feeding. The Wood Stork has one of the fastest reflexes of any vertebrate.

This was just sold by the Brevard Cultural Alliance (BCA) at the Melbourne Airport. We artists are so lucky to have the BCA and Lynne Brezina.


1 comment:

  1. 'Guests for Dinner' and 'Breakfast Club' - highlight the advantage of a great title for a fine painting. I am thrilled that I took time to come back to your art site. Kudos.