Sunday, January 28, 2007

Tony's Chev No.2
















This is something I rarely do-paint it as it is. Posted by Picasa

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

The values... this for me is a great value study. From dark darks to light lights. Also the dark patterns are nicely connected. Plus the cars are rendered in the inimitable Rajah style!

ron said...

Thanks W.K.,- I'm sad today, my friend died.

Anonymous said...

Sorry to hear that!... may you get through it with great strength.

Anonymous said...

Love these old junked cars...of course I remember them when they were new. You do a great job capturing the patina of rust and dust.

ron said...

Thanks Louis, I just enjoy painting them.

Anonymous said...

Dear Ron--So sorry for your loss,but for many people you are filling up the world with beautiful things, of which there are fewer and fewer every day. I owned this car. It was 2 toned green, had fuzzy seats, tortoise shell window handles, and the best part was a phenomenal tube radio which was worth the price of the car alone. It killed all sound so well you felt like you were in a sound studio or a Hitchcock movie at all times.

Anonymous said...

Dear Ron--So sorry for your loss,but for many people you are filling up the world with beautiful things, of which there are fewer and fewer every day. I owned this car. It was 2 toned green, had fuzzy seats, tortoise shell window handles, and the best part was a phenomenal tube radio which was worth the price of the car alone. I used to drive it from Waterbury to New Milford (the beach) on weekends.

ron said...

Thank you Michele and W.K. I kept one of those radios that you mention, Michele, but the support system (the car)is gone.

Robin Weiss said...

Hey Ron: Thanks for checking in you cheered me up! I attended a funeral on sunday for a good artist friend of mine, Tanner McCarron, He left the best comments and was a good painting buddy. I will miss him. So I feel your pain man.

This painting is excellent. I love the reflected light bouncing off the rear window and the surrounding junk and stuff. There is alot of interest for me in this painting.

ron said...

Thanks Robin.

Anonymous said...

This painting has a real sense of time & place. Value variables, 2-D shadows and 3-D vehicles all work to complete a very strong whole.

ron said...

Thanks, Jeanie.

ron said...

The comments are;
W.K.Moore
W.K.
Louis Boileau?
Michele Boileau
Michele
Jeanie Schlump