Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Fly-Opener

11 comments:

kee said...

Nice catch Ron.
What kind of beer?
I really like the opener and it's color choice. A nice interest spot of the painting. I also like the very simply treated water. It's working very effectively.

ron said...

Its Canadian Beer. Thanks, Kee.

Clive said...

Ron; don't drink and draw! (Or paint.)

Nice one nevertheless; technique, style and content. I also think it's appropriate that the brand on the label is as indistinguishable as the majority of Canadian and American brews.

ron said...

Clive, you old rascal, I'm dui-drawing under the influence. Or is that drawing while inebriated.

Louis Boileau said...

Hi Ron,
I posted one for you.

Michelle Smith said...

Oh, now that would be a better catch than a fish any day. ;-). Nice reflections on the bottle.

ron said...

Thanks, Michele.

Michele Beaulieu said...

Now you're cookin!!! What a cool catch. If you could catch a salmon too, what a feast you'd have...a red one and a cold one. This looks terrific!

ron said...

Thanks, Michele.

W. K. Moore said...

Ron you are moving in a new direction... a fun piece... as are all the others... except the one from 2 months ago... that was extra fun!

ron said...

Ah yes, W.K., what could well be my finest piece the immortal "Tool Sheds Dead". Painting has become somewhat anti-climactic in my post T.S.D. period. We must get Kee to evaluate that stellar piece.