A rooster knows what he has, right down to the feathers on his strutting feet. A show off for sure. Add a red fox jumping into the coop and pandemonium happens. It was a perfect start for a Chickens, Rooster, and Fox watercolor series.
When I lived in the upper Midwest, I never missed the yearly Minnesota State Fair. The building housing many varieties of chickens and roosters was always my first stop. A loud din of clucking and crowing greets you as you enter their space. I would spend the day watching and studying the movement and beauty of every fowl. The same month I watched a young red fox create pandemonium by jumping into a fenced farmer’s chicken coop. The explosive intrusion became my Chickens, Rooster, and Fox watercolor series.
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