Sunday, June 10, 2007

Rustic Setting


16 comments:

newnorth said...

I like everything about this painting. I especially like the truck that is missing it's engine. eminds me of the Pirates of the Carribean 3 movie. When Jack sparrow loses his brain. anyway...

newnorth said...

ummm eminds was supposed to be reminds :D

Ron Morrison said...

THanks, N.N.

W. K. Moore said...

Another fine collection put together with care.. and may I suggest love-- lover of the antique car. I notice some smoke or some kind of atmoshpheric over yonder by yon shack... something cooking?

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks W.K., I was all fired up when I painted it.

Brothergrimm said...

I like the pile-up, it looks like the cars are trying to be a house. Speaking of house, I lik the roof of the one in the background, looks atmospheric.
I had missed the post below, but I'll tell you I like the way the first one was done. It has a "portrait" quality.

Liz P said...

Pretty funny that there's a tow-truck front and center... as if it did its work one day, gathering all these cars here, and then quit.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Grimm, its an old drawing, I just bashed it out for practice and to get a different "atmosphere".

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Liz, I enjoyed your interpretation.

Michelle Smith said...

This one is very nice. I like how the sun appears to be shining through a break in the clouds. Nice, rich colors.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Michelle, thats what I was aiming for-light and rich colours.

k. Madison Moore said...

This is beautiful. Imagine...old cars being so beautiful. I love the light effects from the sky and the reflections. It looks like moonlight to me.
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Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Madison.

Carol Nelson said...

I'm a new discoverer of your world of old stuff. I like your frank, curmudgeonly commentary, although I don't think you're old enough to qualify as a bona fide curmudgeon.
While I'm not especially drawn to WC, I must say you have a gift with this difficult medium. Beautiful work.

Ron Morrison said...

What, me curmudgeonly? Why, thank you, Carol.