I think that in this piece you embrace the fearless and free spirited nature of a child. She is not concerned with mites or bites or claw marks... only the beautiful moment where she gets to intimately interact with this bird. You are so gifted in the deliverance of your messages. Not knowing you is strange because I wonder if you are even aware of exactly what you are saying with these images or if it is just that you are a divine artistic translator. That is in no way supposed to be insulting... It is possible that these paintings just fly out of your hands without a whole lot of thought. Look at Mozart.
i love the clash here...the innocence of a child...the tongue grabbed by a bird who is usually there to create and initiate song and voice...it is startling, really...i then was pulled into the sideways sky..the blue background with a blocked rainbow...i feel like this is me, when waking up from a nightmare....the lark grabs the tongue that forms the words, and i am lost in a blue world of descending rainbows...yes, i know this place as well.
That face! I would love to see this one on something other than a gradien-like color background. The image has so much emotion and content, and then the colors in the background... you're the art genius, though, I'm sure you did it for a reason.
Nice emotion in her face, as always. And Ouch.
A bird landed on my cousin's head once and then hopped off, but it startled her... I can't imagine what it would have done if it had landed on her tongue.