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These paintings are a deviation from Aesop’s Fables and are closer to experiments done recently with rooks (members of the same family as crows).

Aesop teaches the virtue of ingenuity in his fable The Crow and the Pitcher.

In Aesop’s fable, a thirsty crow comes upon a pitcher with water at the bottom where the crow cannot reach it. After failing to push over the pitcher, it drops in pebbles, one by one, until the water rises to the top of the pitcher, allowing the crow to drink.

Aesop's Crow, ©2011 Marsha Kennedy   Aesop's Crow, ©2011 Marsha Kennedy   Aesop's Crow, ©2011 Marsha Kennedy   Aesop's Crow, ©2011 Marsha Kennedy
 

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