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by Maria Barry
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I was invited by the owners of Amazing Animals in St. Cloud, Central Florida, to paint some of the many animals they protect and look after. They... more
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I was invited by the owners of "Amazing Animals" in St. Cloud, Central Florida, to paint some of the many animals they protect and look after. They give tours on their 5 acre property and you can get up close and personal with the animals.They also do educational talks, and bring their animals with them. This is one of 4 paintings I did from photographs I took, right inside their little sanctuary.
Orlando artist Maria Barry likes to look on the “brighter side of life” which is evident in her delicate yet dazzling watercolor paintings. Maria exhibited an artistic flair from an early age but was discouraged by her parents to pursue an art career in favor of getting a proper job. Maria worked for many years in the travel industry, sparking a new passion to travel, which eventually took her to America. While still pursuing a career in Travel, she joined the largest gallery in Central Florida, exhibiting her watercolor paintings, and was encouraged to be the President of that gallery, a title she maintained for 10 years. Being self taught, she started teaching the skills she had learned to her students, the way she would have...
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