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Great Horned Papa Original Acrylic Painting by Rollie Brandt

Great Horned Papa Original Acrylic Painting

by Rollie Brandt

Item No: 132309

| A083279630 |

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Im fascinated by owls beautiful large eyes and love to paint them! I had full body photos of both the male and female pair with their family of owlets, but chose to focus on close up portraits of each. I love their expressions and coloring. This painting shows papa facing forward.

Acrylic painting by Rollie Brandt. Copyrights are retained by the artist. Image size, 14" x 11". Framed size, 18" x 15".

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Rollie Brandt

Rollie Brandt

Artist

As a child, Rollie Brandt knew what she wanted in life–to pursue a career in art. How fitting her exceptional talents are now realized nationally in endearing portrayals of children exploring their world and interacting with nature.

Known as “the artist” throughout her school days, young Rollie revealed an uncharacteristically...

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Im fascinated by owls beautiful large eyes and love to paint them! I had full body photos of both the male and female pair with their family of owlets, but chose to focus on close up portraits of each. I love their expressions and coloring. This painting shows papa facing forward.

Acrylic painting by Rollie Brandt. Copyrights are retained by the artist. Image size, 14" x 11". Framed size, 18" x 15".
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For more information about this product, please call us at 800-445-4833 or fill out our Contact Us form.

About the artist
Rollie Brandt

Rollie Brandt

Artist

As a child, Rollie Brandt knew what she wanted in life–to pursue a career in art. How fitting her exceptional talents are now realized nationally in endearing portrayals of children exploring their world and interacting with nature.

Known as “the artist” throughout her school days, young Rollie revealed an uncharacteristically...

Read More

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