The anhinga in the photo is a female. How do I know this? Because the females have a buff colored head, neck, and chest while the males are black in those areas. The male has a larger wingspan, but this female is fairly large and is probably not a spring chicken or juvenile.
I sometimes emphasize the shapes of leaves and petals and the way they appear to turn, as if they’re in motion. You can see some examples of this on my online gallery. Prints, giclees, and greeting cards may also be purchased at:
For your enjoyment, I’ve added a few more photos from the Mervil’s Design Center showroom.
The above paintings were done by my good friend, Diane Carmen.
The above painting was done by my friend, Graciela Price.
Both artists are members of:
"Painters & Artist League @ Gateway (PALs)