|we can teach you how to play, 16x20, acrylic on canvas, 795.|
I follow the crows during the long, Minnesota (hopefully white) winters. Years ago, I used to time my daily walks while the sun was setting so I could watch them all flock together to their evening roosts. I know they are very intelligent creatures. I still remember being completely intrigued with the PBS Nature documentary, A Murder of Crows.
This piece was inspired by one winter when there were a lot of crows in our alley. I witnessed them being playful with each other. I love the idea that the highly intellectual can simultaneously take time to play.
Currently, you can see this piece in person at Nina's Coffee Cafe in St. Paul.
|A Common Road exhibit at the Grand Hand, St Paul|