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11.000 x 14.000 inches
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J W Baker
Painting - Airbrushed Acrylics On Leather
November 22nd, 2007
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This is a truly one of kind capture with airbrush on leather!!! What a beautiful and majestic piece of art work, J W ! I just love eagles, and you have given this one the honor it so much deserves! Congrats on your sale as it surely is well worthy! Thanks for sharing this beauty with the art world!
J W Baker replied:
Thank you Randy for those very kind compliments regarding this work - it is much appreciated!!
I love your artwork! Please take a look at my artwork... Thanks :)
Thank you - your photography is very appealing!
With every turn I take , with every piece i see, your creations touch my soul! and so i vote for thee!
Thank you Nancy for those very kind and obviously hear-felt words - it is very inspiring and much appreciated by this Artist! : )
J W Baker
Thank you Xueling - this year I am very much into "doorways" and "passages" to other places, so your drawing was very appealing and inspiring!
Great! I always admire your portraits, you are gifted and are able to express the true art on canvases! Many thanks for your wonderful feedback on my small drawing "Untitled 2"!!!
This is the most beautiful painting of an eagle I've ever seen. FANTASTIC, JW!!
Thank you Maris - That particular Eagle was actually painted on leather!! (hence the name)
Thank you Chad for the kind words regarding this work - I thought it turned out rather well being painted on leather.
This is one beautiful piece of work. The eye looks so real. Beautiful work.
Rosemary - Thank you for the kind words regarding this piece!
You did a great job on this eagle.
I love eagles.
Emery - you are welcome and thank YOU for your kind words regarding my art - it is very much appreciated. If you are used to Acrylics and just want more versatility, I suggest trying the new Golden OPEN Acrylics. I have found the water-soluble oils to be an easy 'bridge' from Acrylics to Oils and they have the added attraction of only needing water as your solvent...
Emery J Lewis
Just to say "thank you" for your kind words regarding my "Visage One." I actually had to go to the dictionary and look up gestalt, so thank you too for teaching me a new word.
I love your connection with animals and the mastery that you have of the oil medium. I've previously worked in acrylics and am now taking some oil painting classes. I find oil challenging to work with but I must say also that oil is a lot more "forgiving" than I thought.
It looks as though he is faceing a strong wind, great show of movement in this piece JW -- but like all your work, it is outstanding! . ........Joe
Bridgitte - the clarity of most of my imagery is the result of direct scans of the original artwork at high resolution - oddly, in the case of this Eagle, this was actually photographed with a digital camera as it was painted on a piece of leather...
I was wondering how you get the pitcures on so clear unlike my eagle if you check it out it looks very blurry due to taking a photo with a regular camera. I specialize in eagle portraits but i have never done one this well.
such beautiful detail! Stunning work!
Ray - thanks for the kind words - Eagle was my brother's Spirit Guide (and he was also a Shaman and a Navajo apprenticed Silversmith)
I want to thank you for your comment and likewise Ilike all your art,, but Eagles are my thing it represents my last name-and my oldest son was a Shamin---Timothy wispering Eagle, is all over the internet of his work. thanks Ray Aguilar
Fantastic work, the eye looks real!!
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