43 thoughts on “Hot Pink Lion

    1. It IS fantastic! I seem to have not much time for blogging. I’ve been baking and cooking for 4 days, and it is not even Thanksgiving in Canada. Ours was last month. Also, I’m focused on finishing the new Art Gown… and I just came up with an embellishment idea.

    1. As I have mentioned before, as soon as I find some Hamstirs Street Art, I will dedicate it to you Dudes. Hmmm, I used to body paint models for my fashion shows. You Dudes would look very kewl in colours. Yeah!!! Let’s do you Dudes! I’m thinking acrylics. Flower Power Dudes!

  1. Perfect!!!! You know my love for lions but this work is exceptional. Bravo to the artists …and to the girl who discovered this! ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤😍🥰😍🥰😍❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ (Hera was thrilled when she saw it too… she says woof and 😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘🤣😘)

    1. Ahh Hera recognizes a not too, distant relative! Woof and rrrooooarrr!!! 😍🥰😍🥰😍
      It was a lucky lion for me! When I found him, I found more art in the same alley!
      Sending love!! ❦x❦❦x❦❦x❦❦x❦❦x❦❦x❦❦x❦❦x❦❦x❦

      1. Pink, gorgeous AND lucky!!!!!!! But of course!!!!!!! Hera sends many hugs and kisses (with a happy tail)… and so do I ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  2. Hi Resa, again I prefer to see magnificent animals such as the “King of the Jungle” in their own habitat and alive, but this rendition of the Lion is fantastic! You might remember I commented about the Tiger artwork you posted about recently and I said I got up close to a tiger at a circus, well there was also a lion in that act and I was introduced to him too. Pure power and you could sense it. Thanks for the share.

    1. Tyeth!
      I missed your last message, somehow, so I went and read it first. I agree about animals being in their own habitat. Unfortunately man is destroying their habitat, and the gorgeous animals with it.
      Makes me ill to think what’s going on out there. I just saw a very disturbing piece about baby elephants from Zimbabwe sent to China.
      I think the animal art can be good, as/if it raises our awareness of their plight.
      There are still pelts and heads hanging on walls. Why anyone would admire or be proud of that is far, far beyond me. Thanks for weighing in!

    1. I adore this proud face! I found out about this lion, and a rough description of where the alley is. He’s a lucky lion, because I found much neat art that day! So much fun exploring alleys. Of course there will be none of that until the snow mostly goes away. As long as I can walk safely (no ice) and it is even 1 degree above freezing, I can go exploring! xoxo

      1. I t must be extremely difficult to get out in that freezing weather. You are a trooper but be careful, they will still be there in Spring! Love the pink Lion, I think this artist is amazing to paint a pink Lion!

        1. I promise I will not go out street art hunting when it’s slushy or icy! Every year I know someone who slips on ice or slush and breaks an arm or leg.
          It’s so dark here. It was like night all day. It’s night now, but I couldn’t tell when that happened.
          However, I got an idea for the gown I hadn’t anticipated. Was making leaves (silver and silvery sage green) today. Will know tomorrow if it will work.

  3. That’s superb art, Resa, and I agree the colour works so well on a lion.
    A few posts back we had a quick chat about black and white cats, and I told you my old cat was called Parsley… well, she was named after Parsley the lion – a green lion from the children’s show ‘The Adventures of Parsley’. So, lions can be hot-pink, green, or any other colour they like, and you can name your cats after them – even if they are black and white cats 🙂 Miow X

    1. I remember about Parsley. Love that name for a cat. I didn’t know where you got the name from, and I think the inspiration is very elegant! Purrfect! X 😀

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