Thursday, June 07, 2007

Green, Green the Grass is Lime Green

Sometimes you just have to do lime- green grass, its necessary, you must express yourself, free yourself from the bonds of convention, take the leap, and land on the other side of the hill, where the grass is lime-greener still. Click to explore the microcosm of the watercolour world.

21 comments:

Brothergrimm said...

It looks like the grass is trying to swallow it up for sustenance. It's cool to see that juxtaposition of something so vibrant with something so dead. It's like the radial tire of life...

Eric Valentine said...

Your work just keeps on amazing me. A great piece!

Eric

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Grimm, the grass was kiwi green or something, don't really know why, but I figgered it might get some fin commentary.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Eric, I enjoy organizing my paintings and posting them.

k. Madison Moore said...

What can I say....your just great. Love this!

http://kmadisonmoore.blogspot.com

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Madison. I realize that by posting the same subject endlessly it does make it hard to come up with something to say. Thats why I appreciate the comments so much because it would be easy to say, "Gawd another car, what do I say about that? Doesn't this idiot paint anything but cars?

newnorth said...

I really like the grass. Looks like your shoes would be soaking wet after running thru that grass. The color of the car is perfect. and to top it off i even love the windows :D (I think I'm in a good mood today)

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, N.N., thats good that the mood is good. Good mood good.

dorothymanserwaterart said...

HI. I'm here a lot but one of the silent viewers. Did you buy that tractor yesterday?

Ron Morrison said...

No, I did take pictures though.

Michelle Smith said...

Nice work on the car. It's nicely subdued colors really appear subdued compared to the bright grass.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Michelle, its clearly a case of subduction, subduement?... neon green grass, key lime..

W. K. Moore said...

I like the teal weathered metal. The lime green is hookers on my monitor.. have to adjust later. Speaking of hookers.. gotta remember where I left my new shoes.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, W.K. its kinda bright whatever it is.

Todd Bonita said...

I swear these cars can speak. If they could speak, I would imagine they would ask for a sip of whiskey and garble some old tale of wisdom.
great stuff.
be good,
Todd

Naquaiya said...

This goes great with key lime pie? Did you make your pie?

Ron Morrison said...

They might cough and sputter a bit. Thanks for dropping by, Todd.

Ron Morrison said...

No, but I will, can you find me some kiwi recipes? Look in the garden blog.

Tom Kidd said...

I loved the washed out look to this.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Tom, I don't very often leave the cars this low key.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

What another car?
jk
They all work for me and I'm inspired to get out some old truck sketches I have (somewhere) and paint 'em.
Your work rocks.