Irma blushed when I first mentioned painting her portrait. I could tell she was flattered to have the attention, but didn't quite know what to do with it. Her face seemed to always go back to this same strained look, once our conversation lapsed. In the end she grinned slightly when she gazed upon the finished product, then immediately waddled off, mentioning something about changing the straw in her nest.
"Chicken Heads #10"
Casein paint and ink on paper
7.5" x 5.5"
This is an original casein (milk paint) work not a print. It is matted and has a plastic sleeve for protection.