Biene’s Rock Painting III

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Today I present a few of the other animals of my wife’s rock paintings.  In many cases, she had been able to cover the entire rock thus making use of the form of the rock to bring out the shapes of the animals. Today’s pictures include a wolf, a cougar, a loon, a deer’s head and a cat. Enjoy.

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39 comments

  1. Rashminotes · February 5

    This is amazing!

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  2. Steve Schwartzman · February 5

    The cat design does a nice job of fully enveloping the rounded stone.

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  3. Amy · February 5

    These are brilliant! Being a huge fan of cats (we have three), I particularly love the cat one.

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  4. shoreacres · February 5

    The cat’s my favorite, although I suppose I should specify “domestic cat” to distinguish it from the cougar!

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    • Peter Klopp · February 5

      I am so glad you lijke the cat, which by the way can be recognized as cat from all sides. Thank you for your kind comment.

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  5. jeannette-paterakis · February 5

    unglaublich schön,meinen Glückwunsch.Liebe Grüsse und alles Gute

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  6. Robert Parker · February 5

    These are all nice, but I have to agree with some of the previous “votes,” the cat is my favorite, too!

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    • Peter Klopp · February 5

      The cat seems to be everybody’s favourite. Thank you, Robert.

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  7. Ulli · February 5

    Wunderbar! Mir hat es wieder der Vogel angetan, aber auch die Katze ist sehr schön auf dem Stein plaziert und dargestellt.
    Herzliche Grüße, auch an deine Frau
    Ulli

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    • Peter Klopp · February 5

      Die Katze hat es allen meinen Blog-Freunden und Freundinnen sehr gefallen. Danke, liebe Ulli!

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  8. GP Cox · February 5

    Your wife is quite a talent.
    Have you happened to see the rock paintings Joy Neal Kidney shows on her site in Iowa?

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  9. Pit · February 5

    We saw something like this here at a local art gallery some years ago: paintings of slabs of rock, that took the structure of the rock surface in, too. Some, e.g., looked like the face of the animals came out of the rock. I liked those very much and I still regret that I didn’t buy one of a bison. When I looked at it I commented that it portrait the spirit of a bison.

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  10. Stella, oh, Stella · February 5

    I had great expectations, when I read the headline … and I was not disappointed at all! I can’t even choose a favourite … 🙂 ❤
    My husband agrees with me, Biene has something very special there … ❤

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    • Peter Klopp · February 5

      Thank you, you two! My wife will be happy when I share your comment with her.

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      • Stella, oh, Stella · February 6

        We commented also on her own site. I love her wolf portraits!

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      • Peter Klopp · February 6

        I hope Biene will take up blogging again. She has not been writing in her blog for quite some time. Thank you for the encouraging comment, Birgit!

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  11. Pastor Cathys Pilgrimage · February 5

    Excellent way to present creative art

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  12. tanjabrittonwriter · February 5

    These are really lovely!

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  13. Amazing art work of Biene. I love all of them.

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  14. Des · February 6

    I wasn’t expecting to see even more animals painted on rocks. They have kind of a natural feel to them. It’s a great idea; I really like them all!

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    • Peter Klopp · February 7

      Your kind comment will motivate my wife to paint some more of these lovely critters. Thank you, Des!

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  15. Pure Glory · February 7

    Biene has quite the talent for making rocks come alive with what she has painted on them. All the eyes are so realistic and have a warmth to them. Peter, I am glad you shared them with us. They deserve a wide audience to enjoy them.

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  16. Ann Coleman · February 7

    Please tell Biene how much I love her paintings, and I also love how she uses rocks to create such beautiful artwork!

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    • Peter Klopp · February 8

      I will indeed read your comment to her. I know it will mean a lot ot her. Thanks, Ann!

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  17. arv! · February 9

    Super creativity. I like the last one

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  18. kopfundgestalt · February 10

    Sehr fein, Peter!

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  19. Ankur Mithal · February 16

    Totally impressed. Also noted from one of your comments that selecting the right stone would also be an important part of each piece of art.

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    • Peter Klopp · February 16

      My wife has hundreds of stones lying around on our yard, whcih she collected from our local beaches. Yet, she is keeps going to the lake just to find the perfect stone for her new project.

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