Kids like it, too. Drawing the Motmot at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History in Norman, Oklahoma
Now it all feels real. John Brandenburg of The Oklahoman reviews Drawing the Motmot.
I think he likes it.
“I think he likes it.”
How could he not?
Congratulations! I wonder if you’ll get any reader comments on it at the review site. It would be nice to see how the audience, including youngster in photo, reacted to it. My guess is that they loved it. I’m not suggesting that people that young start getting on the net and writing responses to reviews though. Their time is better spent outside!
Fantastic review! Congratulations on what seems to be a wonderful exhibit!
Bravo!! Sure wish your show could tour!
Congratulations! It can only be a beautiful exhibit.
Fabulous work and a superb show, Debbie. I have to agree with the above comment; surely time your work took to the tour-bus and put us all out of our misery!!!
Stunning work from the foremost field-painter around – bravo!
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