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Good Food, Good Mood. – Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoo
10/06/2020 By HSIN LIN
40.6cm (H) x 50.8cm (W) x 1.5cm (D)
Metallic Gold paint are used. It’s rich in texture and shines beautifully when you look at the physical painting.
Artist Acrylic on triple primed gesso Acid free canvas. Sealed with clear spray varnish. Signed at front, sides painted black to match and ready to hang. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Painted with palette knife and brushes.

As many of you may know I don’t paint birds very often, but when I do it’s normally a self-projection.
Affirmation: Listen to the whispers in your heart. Taking a break is for accomplishing a longer, better journey.
There’s also a saying that black cockatoo stands for the energy of empowerment, happiness and contentment. The power of spirit come into our life, a strengthening of our own spirit and soul.

Yellow-tailed black cockatoo, a large cockatoo native to Australia. It has a short crest on the top of its head. Its plumage is brownish black and it has prominent yellow cheek patches and a yellow tail band. Body feathers are edged with yellow giving a beautiful scalloped appearance.
The adult male has a black beak and pinkish-red eye-rings, and bone-coloured beak and grey eye-rings for the female.

I spotted this gorgeous during my visiting to Tasmania last summer with my family.
We have a lot of white cockatoos in our area but rarely a black one.
We spent quite some time with this little fellow, who was having his lunch before us, peaceful but powerful. It’s a calm and delightful scene to enjoy.
As if he was talking to me – Why so hurry? Let’s have lunch first! It’s good to slow down in a fast-paced world.

I captured the sight with my eyes and camera, it was a wonderful memory together with my family.
During the lock down, I found this photo I took last summer and captured this beautiful friend with my paint brushes, worked in my studio for quite sometimes and finally have it completed today. I would like to share the beautiful moment with you, hope this artwork pass you good vibes too.

A latest piece of my animal series -THE VOICE OF NATURE 2020 –  Artwork inspired by nature in Bayswater, Melbourne, Victoria, Winter 2020.
-HSIN LIN

Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoo – Good Food, Good Mood

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Good Food, Good Mood. – Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoo
10/06/2020 By HSIN LIN
40.6cm (H) x 50.8cm (W) x 1.5cm (D)
Metallic Gold paint are used. It’s rich in texture and shines beautifully when you look at the physical painting.
Artist Acrylic on triple primed gesso Acid free canvas. Sealed with clear spray varnish. Signed at front, sides painted black to match and ready to hang. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Painted with palette knife and brushes.

As many of you may know I don’t paint birds very often, but when I do it’s normally a self-projection.
Affirmation: Listen to the whispers in your heart. Taking a break is for accomplishing a longer, better journey.
There’s also a saying that black cockatoo stands for the energy of empowerment, happiness and contentment. The power of spirit come into our life, a strengthening of our own spirit and soul.

Yellow-tailed black cockatoo, a large cockatoo native to Australia. It has a short crest on the top of its head. Its plumage is brownish black and it has prominent yellow cheek patches and a yellow tail band. Body feathers are edged with yellow giving a beautiful scalloped appearance.
The adult male has a black beak and pinkish-red eye-rings, and bone-coloured beak and grey eye-rings for the female.

I spotted this gorgeous during my visiting to Tasmania last summer with my family.
We have a lot of white cockatoos in our area but rarely a black one.
We spent quite some time with this little fellow, who was having his lunch before us, peaceful but powerful. It’s a calm and delightful scene to enjoy.
As if he was talking to me – Why so hurry? Let’s have lunch first! It’s good to slow down in a fast-paced world.

I captured the sight with my eyes and camera, it was a wonderful memory together with my family.
During the lock down, I found this photo I took last summer and captured this beautiful friend with my paint brushes, worked in my studio for quite sometimes and finally have it completed today. I would like to share the beautiful moment with you, hope this artwork pass you good vibes too.

A latest piece of my animal series -THE VOICE OF NATURE 2020 –  Artwork inspired by nature in Bayswater, Melbourne, Victoria, Winter 2020.
-HSIN LIN

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