Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Boat Crumbling Back To Earth

Is the grass bright enough for you. I have a show this weekend. I will sit around, stand around, entertain, sell nothing, get wet, get depressed, vow never to do it again until next time. Click to magnify.

10 comments:

newnorth said...

I like how you can see the paint chips :) (the whole spirit of the boat actually)
...and good luck with the show!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, N.N.

Brothergrimm said...

It's pretty bright grass, but still looks good. What catches my eye is the green on the boat. I love it!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Grimm.

Cara Dawn Romero said...

I like it! I like the dark background and the bright foreground with the old heap standing (or laying) bewteen them. Its almost like a metaphore for my life right now - (I'm weary and feel like an old heap...)

Best of luck in the show and here's hoping you sell a ton. I know exactly what you mean about swearing off shows .. until the next one.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Cara.

W. K. Moore said...

Keep your eye peeled for the blue haired lady. That's aunt Esther.. hear she's loaded. BTW nice boat painting skipper!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, W.K. I'll keep a lookout posted.

Tom Kidd said...

Ron, I'm really liking your new boat pieces. This one seems a bit angry compared to the previous, more peaceful, scene.

I hope that your show goes well. In my experience these things add up over time but sometimes it really feels like you're pushing a giant stone uphill only to see it roll back down.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Tom, todays post is an older painting and you're bang on about the mood difference, serene versus stormy (dramatic)?