Brief Visit to Biene’s Studio

Wednesday’s Photos

While the weather feels miserable and the clouds hang depressingly low, it is best to focus on some creative indoor activities. Thanks to the many encouragements from my blogging friends, my wife has been very busy with her rock paintings. The floors are covered with old and new artwork. Here is but a small sample. Enjoy.

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25 comments

  1. Steve Schwartzman · February 19

    You have to be careful that the raptor doesn’t eat the other animals.

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  2. Pit · February 19

    Excellent!

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  3. The Cedar Journal · February 19

    I like the Racoons .

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  4. Amy · February 19

    These are fabulous! I love how she finds in the rocks the right shapes for the animals. The family of wolves (or are they racoons as Cedar Journal said?) is amazing.

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  5. Pure Glory · February 19

    Peter, thank you for sharing Biene’s fabulous art. They really have a life of their own It is hard to choose a favorite. Blessings!

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  6. Des · February 19

    Peter, these are great! It would be fun to place a few in the yard where they’re not immediately noticeable. They would probably scare the heck out of a neighbor’s dog or cat who didn’t see them at first. Biene is so talented!

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    • Peter Klopp · February 20

      Placing the owls in the yard would be a great deterrent for mice and other pests. Thanks, Des!

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  7. shoreacres · February 19

    The raccoons are terrific. I really enjoy those animals, and these are great representations. For a moment, I thought the one in the back was alive.

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    • Peter Klopp · February 20

      it would create quite a racket if they all came alive. Thank you for the encouraging comment!

      Liked by 1 person

  8. Stella, oh, Stella · February 19

    I love her art. It is hard to have a favourite, but I especially like the racoon family and the eagle. And like Amy says, the way the shape of the stone fits the animal … or is it the other way round? is amazing. Maybe she sees the animal when she looks at the stone?

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    • Peter Klopp · February 20

      Just last weekend we were out picking up stones at the beach. Selecting the right stone is the key.

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  9. This is just such a beautiful productive line. It seems like Biene’s art work is just blooming more and more.

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  10. Robert Parker · February 19

    This is great! I like them all, but the Cheshire cat and raccoon family are my favorites.

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    • Peter Klopp · February 20

      Thank you, Robert! I didn’t know what a Cheshire cat was. For me a cat is a cat. Haha!

      Liked by 1 person

  11. Nurul Fitri Lubis · February 19

    Excellent paintings, Peter. I’ve just known that Biene is super talented. Love them all..

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  12. Debra · February 20

    Die Waschbären sind einfach klasse. Alles andere ist auch toll, aber die finde ich am besten.💜

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  13. Ann Coleman · February 20

    Once again, I am impressed with Biene’s rock art! I especially liked the raccoons, because they seemed to be curled up and in 3-D, which I’m guessing is just another example of how well she painted them!

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  14. kopfundgestalt · February 24

    Very nice, Peter! Especially the last one!

    Did your wife like the owls of my wife?
    Greetings
    Gerhard

    Liked by 1 person

    • Peter Klopp · February 25

      As I reported in a previous comment, Biene really your wife’s creative work, especially the long-necked birds.

      Liked by 1 person

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