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Harley Brown left a few works, but one of the brightest is the painting "Only for birds." The artist was especially fond of birds, he considered them unusual and interesting creations.
On the canvas are two parrots, very bright. The technique of writing the work is unusual, the painter made a bright background, so that the birds partially merge with saturated colors. Parrots are representatives of one of the brightest birds on Earth. The bright color of their feathers often scares off enemies.
The artist in the image of birds portrayed unusual people who scare others with their brightness. The world became dull and gray, that sometimes bright colors are apprehended with caution, and unusual people become outcasts in society. But bright personalities, like these parrots, need to unite and then few people dare to attack a flock of such bright birds.
The saturated background speaks of a colorful world, interesting and bright. Such a surrounding world is seen by these motley birds. A bright individuality also perceives the world differently, dullness and despondency in such a worldview does not exist.
The picture is painted with wide strokes, which gives the image relief and volume. So precisely the artist painted feathers, the birds are very realistic, as if they are now tearing off a branch and flying into a bright and endless world of colorful colors.
In this work, the painter reflected how important it is to be not alone in the world, to have a person who resembles himself. The picture exudes calm and harmony, despite the bright colors, it does not cause irritation. Perhaps the artist achieved this effect due to the minimum number of shades and the absence of a dark background and colorful transitions.
The color scheme is harmonious, and the light strokes of the background form a snow cloud and at first glance it is difficult to understand whether it is clouds or snow. The title of the work decodes the whole hidden philosophical meaning, which only such vivid representatives can understand and they will not necessarily be from the species of birds.