Sunday, May 06, 2007

Purple Murple

This dream like creature is far too florid, but the shape is a place to play. Blow me Up!

16 comments:

Tom Kidd said...

Great painting, nice title too. The headlights on either side of the picture are a nice touch. Olde Favourite is one of my favorites. It looks real nice popped up (I mean blowed up) big. I like it when you use the big areas of white. Hey, what's with the British spelling?

Brothergrimm said...

Even in the junkyard, it looks streamlined.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Tom, I punched the wrong key on old got an extra "e" then figured what the hey. The old spelling of old seemed appropriate plus I wondered who would notice.

Ron Morrison said...

Grimm, I'm linking you up.

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Back after an unexpected absence and I missed visiting daily very much. This is a nice painting to come back to - love the highlights - (if old paint can have highlights)but love them anyway.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Cara, yes to highlights.

Michelle Smith said...

Me like!!! Purple is swell.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Michelle, I'm partial to purple- which is a little bit of trouble to mix with wawa colours unless you know the right combinations.

Plein Air Georgia Member said...

Evidently you know the right colors to mix for this wonderful purple. This car reminds me of one owned by a friend who died suddenly last year. He would like the painting very much. I like it, too.

Ron Morrison said...

Thank you, P.A.G.M.

Brothergrimm said...

yay!

Naquaiya said...

This is a painting you call having wawa colors. Is that like having a frufru dog? of which I've had a few. I call it downright Spiritual.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Michele, wawa colours is goofy speak for watercolours. But I like the fru fru comparison.

Michelle Smith said...

Yep, it can be tricky to get a nice purple. Windsor Blue (red shade) and Permanent Rose make a pretty nice one.

W. K. Moore said...

Good'un Ron. Purple is royale.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, W.K.