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Felt like doing a watercolor painting after a sketch was born out of nowhere one late evening. Not gonna explain this one, but I called it “Bird training”. I like it when a painting contains some questions that the viewers will answer in their own personal way, finding unique explanations and meanings.

Watercolor on thick watercolor paper, A3.

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