Wednesday, March 13, 2013

What's in a Name?

Collage/Acrylic, 24 x 24, Elizabeth W. Seaver

This poor new painting suffers from a lack of creativity from its creator who cannot think of a suitable name for her. So far, the file is called, Big Yellow Bird. I ask you, does any painting deserve to have such a generic title?

Help me. Please comment and leave your suggestions for a title. Keep it clean! And, a word of warning: the critters in my paintings don't feed on each other, so I'm not likely to choose a name that suggests anything so violent.

I will send the winner of the title contest a package of my birdie cards as a prize. See below the five designs included in the package.

Thank you for your help in advance. (And my big yellow birdie thanks you, too.)

10 comments:

smartcat said...

Prettylegs!

Dorothy said...

Fancy meeting you here!
Are you my mother?

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Hey, Smartcat--love it1

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Dorothy--Thanks for your help! Keep 'em coming!

Leslie Hawes said...

Jewely

Katharine A. Cartwright said...

Delightful painting!! I've never been good with titles, but this one looks like a prickly pear cactus bird to me!

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Hi, Leslie and Katherine! Thanks for helping out with names.

Dorothy said...

Do tell!
Ms. Lala-lee-lou
Do these stripes make me look fat?
LOL - Can't seem to stop it!!

theartofpuro said...

He's so cute!Love it!

Incognito said...

Flight of Lemon Feathers