365 days, June 27th: The Artist’s Eye
An Artist’s Eye
This is a painting of a Japanese artist. We bought it several years ago, from Franklin mint.
It seems the peacock is telling me, ‘see my long wide tail? Look at the colour combination, how pretty it is. I’ve found a perfect place to perch, the flowers around me heightens my beauty.
A painting does speak to me when I look at it with my imagination. What is it thinking when it spreads its tail in full view. It’s trying to attract the peahen, it’s been roaming around the garden, it feels the only way to attract anyone’s attention especially the peahen is to perch in a way that get its compliment.
Thank you for sharing this wonderful painting and your imaginative glimpse into it. You show how art can bring enjoyment and wonder.
All good wishes,
Thank you so much. I love your comment. 🙂
I think you speak for the peacock very well! I wonder how the peahen (and you) will respond.
Thank you Clouch, the peahen may not like it, but I cannot pretend because I’m a female. I’d say, ‘sorry peahen, it’s not up to me.’ 🙂
Beautiful painting. Peacocks are such attention seekers!
Thank you for your visit Sonya. 🙂
Thankyou Sonya. 🙂