Colin’s pin-feather challenge – the sequel

Colin has now finished (and framed and delivered!) the second picture in his mammoth pin-feather challenge.

The painting features grey partridge, pheasant, teal, snipe and woodcock, and it is just as amazing as the first one, but with a slightly different atmosphere.  This brings to a very successful conclusion his ambition of painting nine British game birds, each with its own pin-feather.

We’re now working towards producing a beautiful hardback book which will celebrate Colin’s achievements with pin-feathers over the last 20 or so years;   if you’d like to reserve a collector’s copy or a special edition we’d suggest you do so now, because our list of interested parties seems to be growing daily!

Copyright © Colin Woolf

Comments

  1. BEAUTIFUL!

  2. snowbirdpress says:

    This is an amazing accomplishment. As an artist I understand how much you depend upon good tools – brushes etc. To paint such detailed birds with their own pin feathers seems simply impossible to me. Just awe inspiring.

  3. BEAUTIFUL! SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL!! THANK YOU!

  4. Such incredible speed, dedication and skill – another masterpiece from the great Mr Woolf! Whoever got that painting is a very lucky customer.

    • Thank you, Lorna! It was really beautiful. I thought Colin might be a bit at a loss now he’s finished these mammoth works, but no… another woodcock is on the easel (just a single one this time, though!)

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