I recently responded to an appeal from Access Art for birds. The idea is that artists donate a bird that they have created (drawing, painting or sculpture, etc.) and this is then given to a school as an inspiration for discussion - and hopefully the creation of more art.
I decided to paint an osprey, as they are majestic creatures, but also can be seen in the UK, despite being only seasonal visitors. I hope my acrylic paint avian made the journey ok and found a good home/school. I called it 'Wide Awake' - referring to the widescreen effect of its great wingspan, but also how alert the bird has to be to spy the fish it feeds on.
Thank you @magbanno for a powerful #ShareaBirdhttp://t.co/JBjL2Y15ndpic.twitter.com/MWAOwrl2WJ
— AccessArt (@accessart) August 27, 2015
@BBCGetCreative@accessart 160+ artworks free to schools to inspire creativity #ShareaBirdhttp://t.co/lr8m4v7TcXpic.twitter.com/5A8Ep1rdIp — AccessArt (@accessart) September 14, 2015
@accessart sending 160+ original works of #art to #schools to inspire creativity http://t.co/2d2OXJgwMdpic.twitter.com/tSbLJ6TIR9
— AccessArt (@accessart) September 11, 2015