Belgian d’Anver Bantam, oil painting on copper by Rebecca Luncan
4″ x 4″
A New Series brings new challenges and a new style of frame
I was excited to realize that this is not only my first painting of a chicken, but my first painting of any bird! It was a wonderful challenge to create volume from all those feathers, and I look forward to painting more birds. Anyone out there want to commission me to paint your special feathered friend?
The artist and her painting of a Chicken
Custom Frames for Into the Country
The multi-talented Daniel Carrillo, owner of Gallery Frames
in Seattle, made custom frames for this series. If I can’t do it myself because of time or lack of proper equipment, Dan is my favorite framer in Seattle. I’m very thankful that there is a framer in town that can actually cut such tiny frames (most can’t!) with such a high degree of workmanship.
Custom frames by Gallery Frames for “into the Country” miniature painting series
Besides being a fantastic framer, Daniel is also a very talented photographer. His recent work makes use of antique photography methods such as Daguerreotypes and wet plate collodion Ambrotypes. Take a look at his website
to see some of his beautiful work.