Monday, March 19, 2007

Backyard at North Bend

This is an encore production. I changed the title. I realize I should be painting onions or switching to oils rather than investing years to develop my own style. But I'm stubborn.

15 comments:

Paolo Vallone said...

Hi Ron, I'm coming back!
This painting repeat the concept that I've already writed in my last comment...but now the difference it's the color explosion.
Now the oxidised surfaces become a pretext to express all the color potentiality, it almost seems that the ferrous material want to vomit his own internal spirit and to involve the surroundings...it's a glad concert.

ron said...

Paolo-that is a comment!

Michele Beaulieu said...

You are stubborn because you are correct. Don't change a thing.Paulo, run that past me again, encore une fois, s'il vous plait?

ron said...

Thanks, Michele.

ggbutz said...

Ron, I enjoyed your variety of colors of a faded past. I have been looking at Daily Paintings for several weeks and find you have definately developed a great voice for your watercolor work. Be glad you found it, I am still struggling to develop my visual voice. Great work.

Rooster

ron said...

Thank you, Rooster.

kee said...

Ron, This is harmonic synthesis of polyphonic symphony of colors!!!

ron said...

Thanks, Kee for the spectacular verbage.

Michele Beaulieu said...

I think I'll need another degree to be able to post a comment here. This painting is colorful chicken soup!

ron said...

Would that be celsius or fahrenheit?

W. K. Moore said...

That would be Kelvin. Ron I must be approaching 100 posts too... aren't I?? I sure hope so. Ron this is like a Skynyrd encore... all the original characters are here playing full-on lead solos - on 10. You did it this time mr.!

ron said...

W.K., it was you that hit one hundred-you that I was congratulating.

bj said...

Ron, your painting looks a lot like the 5 acre spread where we live - old and wonderful vehicles everywhere. Thank you for seeing the beauty in all that old metal. It isn't a junk yard - it's a jewel yard. bj :o)

ron said...

Thanks, B.J., there has always been magic in the "thing" for me. I painted the first green chevy yesterday...These paintings that I do are for the people that "get them".

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Nope. Stick with this. It's great :D