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  • Ann Yin

    Adam S. Doyle - Birds #art #painting

  • John Albright

    Gorgeous Painted Birds by Adam S. Doyle. One thing I love about paintings, as opposed to photographs, is that you CAN see the brushstroke, and I think this quality lends an insight into, not only what the artist saw, but what the artist felt most strongly! Although this bird is sitting still, you get a sense from the brushstrokes that dynamic energy is still very much a part of what this bird potentiates within its environment. No background... No need... It's all there in the painterly style

  • Tanya Jane

    Gorgeous Bird Paintings by Adam S. Doyle painting birds acrylic brush stroke tattoo

  • Amelia Curzon

    Artist | Adam Doyle

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