(Sold) Emu at Eagle Point original oil painting by Garry Purcell (Sold)
The painting “Emu at Eagle Point” is an original oil painting created by Garry Purcell. The artwork features an emu head oil painting is rendered in a realistic style with great attention to detail. The emu is depicted with its distinctive features, including its long neck, small head covered in feathers, with subtle brushstrokes, creating a contrast with the sharp details of the emus. The overall effect of the painting is rather quirky, capturing the beauty of the Australian landscape and its wildlife.
I finished a painting yesterday, using my Genesis Heat Set Paints, and a reference photo I took while away on my latest trip up bush, in the Eagle Point area, this site is located in South Gippsland, Victoria
Short story of an Emu at Eagle Point
The Emu depicted here was located at Eagle Point and is an Australian bird that is often seen in the wild. It is a large, flightless bird that stands about six feet tall and can weigh up to 120 pounds. The Emu is known for its long neck and legs, as well as its distinctive feathers. These birds are commonly found in open grasslands and savannas, where they feed on a variety of plants and insects. At Eagle Point, visitors can observe this fascinating bird up close and learn about their behavior and habitat. The Emu is an iconic symbol of Australia and is often featured in art and literature.