Saturday, April 07, 2007

Springhill Junction 2

This is a different version of Springhill Junction.Bink to Blow! Milford has some new stuff.
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14 comments:

Michelle Smith said...

Nice feel to this one. Kinda looks like they shook off (like a wet dog) and threw off some of their metal.

I found another watercolor artist blogger recently. She's very good. Here's the link if you would like to check out her stuff.
http://connies-weekly-painting.blogspot.com/

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Michele, speaking of wet dogs, the little idiots are loose-camera is ready.

Michelle Smith said...

Click away. Will go over to Milford's blog to check 'em out.

Naquaiya said...

I love this new painting. Spring is here and Michelle is right, shake off all the wet stuff and look what the magic drops turn into, magic cars! I heard something about Milford, I'm on the hunt.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Michele, a little sunshine would be nice!

bj said...

For those who have said you don't do wheels/tires, I think I've spotted one in the lower right corner. Proved 'em wrong, eh??

Ron Morrison said...

Its okay, B.J., if they're not on a car. Occassionally a wheel sneaks in without me noticing.

Tom Kidd said...

Standing together they've formed a barrier to protect the house from intruders. Sorry, I can't help but sense a certain anthropomorphic quality when it comes to these old cars -- this picture in particular. Nice job!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Tom, anthropomorphism it is-the ascription of human characteristics to inanimate objects. I admit it, guilty as charged- the whole thing is supposed to be fun.

W. K. Moore said...

Ron I too noticed right off the arrangement of the cars out front. They radiate out from the house like a star. This one has a still life quality to it for me. The car-eful arrangement of the objects. Colors nicely valued.. and I like the way you laid in the background trees. Nice.......

W. K. Moore said...

And the lime green truck.. how could I have left that out..

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, W.K., I guess it is a still life-they ain't goin nowhere! But its an imaginary still life.

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Great piece here! I love it all but tonight I'm loving the way you do the supporting characters like the trees and grass. I enlarged this one and studied the tree and grass - wonderful -

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Cara-its nice when the secondary elements are noticed.