Reflecting Egret © Sarah Vernon

First Night Design | Reflecting Egret #Art


Reflecting Egret © Sarah Vernon
Reflecting Egret © Sarah Vernon at Fine Art America

EGRET: ORIGIN Middle English: from Old French aigrette, from Provençal aigreta, from the Germanic base of heron.

Oh, the utter joy of finding the right texture for the right photograph and creating something entirely other. I didn’t have to go far since one of the textures I’ve used for Reflecting Egret is one I created myself. The other is from Kerstin Frank. The photograph I’ve sandwiched between the two is by Laitche and from WikimediaI discovered it when I was looking for a pelican for the most recent Cover Makeover.

Available at the following galleries:
Redbubble
Crated
Zazzle US
Zazzle UK
Fine Art America [14 fulfillment centers in 5 countries]
Saatchi Art

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

33 thoughts on “First Night Design | Reflecting Egret #Art

        1. It’s never bothered me too much but the last fifteen years have been difficult to cope with as my condition affects my gums so it doesn’t matter how good I am about cleaning, the likelihood of teeth coming out is par for the course. Hey ho!

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          1. You are remarkable, Sarah….I have such great admiration for you knowing that health issues are a constant…and yet you continue to produce the most beautiful work. Bravo to you my friend…a real inspiration. Sending lots of hummingbirds in your direction….Janet:)xxx

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  1. Oh my gosh Sarah, wow and now a favorite. Brilliant work getting the atmosphere mysteriously ethereal (as Janet mentioned) – allowing the muted white of the egret to take center stage. Love it!

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