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Painting of Elephants Bridge

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May be I will make another painting with elephants: “The Elephants’ Bridge”. Few days ago a young gentleman who worked at one of my town’s mall, told me that he saw the parrot, who lives free man’s life under the roof of that mall. Perhaps, that parrot run away from pet-shop situated at that mall. I think that it was a very wise decision made by the parrot in his life. He choosed the Big World instead of Narrow Cage. For parrot’s pleasure and comfort, in that mall there are two big supermarkets with lot of various foods, fruits and nuts. I think that the guards could do nothing with small creature who can fly. It is warm in the mall in a winter time, so the parrot the only worry would be to find a safe sleeping place for himself. And his life will be a paradise if he will manage to freedom from the same pet-shop one she-parrot for his company.

That was the true story of a happy parrot, who took risk and won. And this story gave me an inspiration for that future painting. On the drawing you can see two happy parrots. One of them eats berries, which are on elephants forehead.

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Today I had finished the sketch for drawing for the future painting “The Elephants’ Bridge”.

24 of April 2012

Charcoal drawing 'The Elephants Bridge'

"The Elephants' Bridge", Technique: drawing with charcoal, white pastel and Derwent pencil, grey paper, 50 x 60 cm, Copyright © 2012 Le-Za

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