Saturday, March 03, 2007

34 Ford















8 comments:

Robin Weiss said...

Hey Ron. Great job with the vintage tin rusting away on this ol beauty. The building makes a nice background, very interesting shapes. Did this come from your head?

ron said...

Yes, Robin, it did.

Michele Beaulieu said...

I love all these new combinations you are experimenting with. This one is very successful with artful rust & color, and dark boat as background w/intriguing shapes. Great direction very contemporary.

ron said...

Thanks, Michele.

W. K. Moore said...

I want to make that house my studio.. with all the creature comforts.. but no creatures. 1-2- 3 - forground, middle ground, background. Can't go wrong playing variations on those notes... a major on this one.

kee said...

I love this type of car portrait that you do Ron. Very intimate like you've got to know this car.

ron said...

Thanks W.K., I swiped this barn out of a book about derelict buildings. The car was brand new- there is a guy down island who makes thirty four Fords with parts he gets from all over the world. He may not make them any more-his name is Timmis. Once I got the shape I just aged it. I also changed the shape of the car from it's previous version to a sleeker hot rod shape,

ron said...

Thanks, Kee, the painting is a figment of my imagination. I'm glad that you find them convincing.