Thursday, February 25, 2010

I posted this Bighorn Sheep image that I photographed the other day on my OUTDOOR ADVENTURE blog and Sheila Tajima asked if she could use it for a painting. We thought it might be fun to issue it as a challenge for a painting to anyone interested in doing so. SO! You are challenged. Please let me know when you have finished yours. I'd like to see what comes of this. Not sure how these things work but if you would e-mail me your finished piece I will post them.
gkeimig@dteworld.com

13 comments:

Sheila said...

Yay! I'm in!

Mary Jane said...

Me too. I am in.

Dors said...

I'm in. Great detailed photo.

Kay said...

Ok, I'm in.

Perry Brown said...

Wow, great shot Gary!

Watercolors by Susan Roper said...

I doubt I have the time to work on this, but I can't resist the photo or the challenge! I'm in (she says bravely, like she can do this!)

James Parker said...

I'm in, too, Gary...make take a week or so, hope not too late. You know, a wildlife monthly challenge blog would be such a great idea. Wildlife finished paintings would have a sales and gift appeal, something most challenges don't have. Hope you get one going...I'd be a regular contributor. I started Windows to the Words a year ago, and got Michelle Burnett to crank up Following the Masters, and Michelle has burnt up the track. now...lemme get out my Bighorn brushes!

Theresa Rankin said...

Sounds like a great idea!! I wish I wasn't leaving for L.A. or I would join in!!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

You were THAT close to the Bighorn? Great photo.
I think a wildlife challenge would be great.

sam said...

Great shot Gary, I would like to give it a go too, I think Im a little late/

Dors said...

Wild Life monthly Challenge sounds a great idea.

Gwen Bell said...

I'm a big chicken, but I'm going to try. Count me in. :)
I agree...a monthly Wild Life Challenge sounds great if you are up for it Gary. You have such awesome reference pics! If not every month, how about quarterly?

Off to lock horns with a really big sheep...

L.Holm said...

Sorry I missed this. What a gorgeous photo! He's a handsome guy!