Two To Tango by Amy E. Fraser is a painting of two feisty golden birds in the midst of a tense moment. At first glance, do we determine if these love birds are experiencing the language of romance, a push & pull between partners that is ever changing and unpredictable? Or have we moved past the dance of passion, mystery, and seduction to the point of argument? Do they both take blame for the difficult situation, or go straight to the NATO phonetic alphabet, where the letter T is tango and has since become slang for target, or “enemy.” The Two To Tango Birdtale story is set in a warm color pallet of vibrant oranges, pinks and gold with accents of turquoise surrounded by a deep red in layers of pattern and bold flowers accompanied with a rhythmic swish of leafy greenery that echoes the whip and flow of the passionate dance.
This charming and picturesque fairytale painting is part of Amy E. Fraser’s Birdtale series. The Birdtale paintings are all about Birds, Birds and more Birds! These works are magical story adventures featuring birds amidst colorful flowers, bountiful botanical elements, intriguing painterly textures and poetic decorative patterns. Fraser’s Birdtale paintings are an aviary of bird adoration, they encompass the bold, bright and beautiful birds, the proud, the preening, popular and even prestigious peeps, but here and there, expect a few pugnacious plumed players, as well as the notorious numb skulls and knuckle heads we all love and adore! Hearts will flutter over the woodland wanderers, meadowland meanderers, and gregarious garden dwellers, soar skyward with high flying hijinks, take wing over sumptuous songstresses and delight in extravagant displays of serious birdly attitude. If they have two legs, wings and a beak, if they whistle, screech, chirp, tweet, sing or squawk, they can be found in the fabulous folksy flower and feather-full rookery known as Amy E. Fraser’s Birdtale Collection.
Two To Tango by Amy E. Fraser. The Birdtale Painting Collection: A whimsical wonderland of Fraser’s flock of frolicking feathered friends in fantastical fairytale florals. Medium: Acrylic Paint on 140lb cold press watercolor paper. All images copyright Amy E. Fraser. All rights reserved.
February 26th, 2023
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