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Nuthatch by Andrew Denman
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"Nuthatch Study"
7.5 x 10"
Mixed Media on Watercolor Board

Nuthatch

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The UK Nuthatch is very similar to the several species I am familiar with from the US. They are sleek, agile, and dart-like in build. Seeing them flitting in and out from the bird feeder at my partner’s mum’s house in Tewkesbury, and effortless scaling vertical surfaces in their quintessentially “nuthatch way,” gave me a bit of nostalgia during my travels.

I observed this particular bird amidst shrubbery and reed plants by a stream edge. Using the strong diagonals of the reeds, I hoped to emphasize the sharpness and angularity of the bird, as well as its brisk, arrow-like movements.


































Welcome to the online home for artwork by Andrew Denman, a California –based, internationally recognized, award-winning contemporary wildlife artist. Denman primarily paints wildlife and animal subjects in a unique, hallmark style combining hyper-realism with stylization and abstraction. His dynamic and original acrylic paintings can be found in museum collections on two continents and in numerous private collections in the USA and abroad. His clear voice, unique vision, and commitment to constant artistic experimentation have positioned him on the forefront of an artistic vanguard of the best contemporary wildlife and animal painters working today.
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