Thursday, April 19, 2007

Rustic Fiction











You haven't seen this version before. Its just fun for me to bash off a copy when I want to paint but don't want to fiddle with a new compo. I can just paint, knowing where I'm going. This w/c is four feet wide. I lied, I put this up in January.
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12 comments:

W. K. Moore said...

Red/green compliments... nicely composed throughout. A handsome piece here Rustski.. or even beautiful even. Exit stage left...

Ron Morrison said...

Heavens to Merkatroid, Stonewalls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage...Exit stage left even! Those guys were geenyuses. Thanks, W.K.

Leon Rustsky said...

Who are usink my name for propoganda purposes? You two guys should be paint walls of Kremlin for glorification of great Russian nation. No usink waturclors, must use proper coal tar derivitives for long last.

Ron Morrison said...

Russians everywhere since that guy Leonid took his clothes off and sent us pictures.

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Hey - this is an auto junk yard...what's the story with the headboard layin' in the grass?

Ron Morrison said...

Its a homestead (imaginary) the stuff just overflows or drifts out of the house. They leave the cars where they park 'em last.

Michelle Smith said...

We have neighbors like this. Stuff just overflows out their front door and into the front yard where it's left to rust.

Nice piece, Ron. Nice grass and foreground on this one, too. Nice light and shadows.

Ron Morrison said...

I never do stuff like that except for sometimes. I did a fancy driveway in front of my house then I left my tools to rust, now I have a green and rust orange driveway. Then the salt from my truck peeled a layer off the top. Thanks, Michelle.

Holly LL said...

Hi RON! Thanks for the great visits to my blog...I DO love your painting here (and your gentle "please respond to comments"!!! I tend to get SO busy I forget!!) Hope to visit more! OH, and there's a nice gaggle of pickups across the street from me; maybe YOU could give 'em a much better look than I see each day!!

Brothergrimm said...

Wow, even the house looks like it belong IN the junkyard. Very cool! Is that an International truck just of to the right?

Ron Morrison said...

Hi Holly, I wanted to tell you how much I liked your paintings, but I don't like leaving comments when they won't be answered. To me, a blog isn't complete unless the artist responds. So now we have that minor technicality settled, on to more important matters. You might want to visit W.K. Moore and Michelle Smith as they are both very fine watercolourists. The rest of the crew (now don't get jealous, Holly is a watercolourist) loves to be visited too.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Grim, I believe it is.