Four and Twenty, Acrylic Mixed Media, 12x9 by Jean LeBaron

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A painting of a blackbird, iridescent feathers glowing in the moonlight. The grackle is considered in Wiccan symbiology to be an omen of change, and also symbolizes the female. All in all, a pretty accurate description of what is going on in my own life right now.


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  • Mary Sedici
    Mary Sediciover 3 years ago

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  • Laura J. Holman
    Laura J. Holmanover 3 years ago

    Beautiful feel Jean. Love it! The wing is fabulously rendered.

  • scallyart
    scallyartover 3 years ago

    Fabulous work.

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    Cat-Artistover 3 years ago


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  • Marriet
    Marrietover 3 years ago

    I hope it’s a good omen, because I have seen a lot of them lately and I am drawn to them even though they are not especially beautiful birds. Also I know more witches then the normal person purely by accident! I like your rendition here!

  • Kay Hale
    Kay Haleover 3 years ago cool. I just saw a whole “tribe” of them in a parking lot yesterday. I wasn’t sure if they were grackles or Brewer’s blackbirds but grackles are not usually found in Utah. They were jumping all over the parking lot and several hung out on top of my car..then when I came out of the store not 15 minutes later..they were gone.

  • Jean LeBaron
    Jean LeBaronover 3 years ago

    Thank you all for your kind comments. I feel that birds are messengers between the spirit world and our world, and they serve to remind us that we will not always be “earth-bound”. I try to include a touch of mysticism.

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