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NOTES: Singer in Paradise The wood thrush belongs to the family of the American robin. It has always been one of my favorite birds, because of its wonderful singing range. It has a great repertoire of songs. The thrush keeps singing even after sunset filling evenings with poetry. According to the naturalists, it is said birds only sing to tell other birds â€œthis is my territoryâ€. Personally, I favor the idea that they also sing to express their joy of life. When such a bird lands on a rocky wall covered with climbing plants blanketed with colorful flowers next to an old cottage in the countryside, the excitement is complete. When you are an artist, your mind brims over with ideas. Having to wait before you can get to your studio and start painting becomes frustrating. â€œSinger in Paradiseâ€ was very demanding to create since its details required so many more hours of work..
Singer in Paradise Giclee On Canvas by Carl Benders is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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love for all creatures, from the friendly to the ferocious, is evident in his masterful attention to their every detail; nothing is overlooked. With his imagination, Brenders is able to get close enough to wild animals so that he can almost feel their textures. Consequently, his work has a tactile reality, giving us the sense of having been where even the most intrepid of field guides have not ventured. Of this ability Brenders says, "A painter is a privileged being, because in his imagination he can come very close to the animals he paints. In reality, one can never come this close to wild animals, particularly if they are predators. Brenders' insistence on anatomical perfection in his paintings stems from his philosophy that nature, itself, is perfection: "That is why I paint the way I do with so much detail and so much realism " I want to capture that perfection," he says.