Monday, May 07, 2007

The Green Machine


This was the four door shaggin wagon that I drove to high school. Actually it was a wreck I found in a junkyard that is now a trailer park. Go big or go home. Click to get large.

8 comments:

Brothergrimm said...

Where have all our junkyards gone? Replaced by a new breed of junkyard, I guess.

Ron Morrison said...

Gone to crushers every one, long time passing.

Naquaiya said...

How is it possible to be surrounded by one's past? Your life is so different than mine, maybe you are normal. What????Who said that????

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Green's my favorite color. I love the way it looks in the golden grass.

As for your response to Doug - I had to laugh as I was humming the same tune as I read his comment. Great minds think a.......now where was I going with that?

Ron Morrison said...

Hi Michele, I have the first paintings that I did in 77, on my walls, I still have my wife who I met when we were seventeen...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Cara, it is a nice flavour of green.

W. K. Moore said...

See what good paper will get you! Good painting Ron. Putting down the paint like a pro.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, W.K. but what you do with the cheapo paper is very impressive. Watercolour is a strange medium in that everbody thinks its produces beautiful results all by itself but it is very difficult to make watercolour pigment look good on watercolour paper.