Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Down in the Hollow


Bink to see the inner workings of the painting process.

14 comments:

Joan said...

I always study the cars so carefully, but the buildings have such character too... Super!

W. K. Moore said...

Hi Ron... love the arrangement! That is quite the gathering of old souls. Color clean as usual giving that glow and warmth you do so well. I hear you are still a WC regular.. good for you.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Joan, it really is about painting, the cars are just an excuse.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks W.K. I am, but it is my constant disappointment that you whose opinion I value and as a N'oze Brother, whose support I have come to rely on, don't say hey on the wetcan. I'd come down and build you a patio, loan you my motorcycle, thats all I got....sad.

newnorth said...

looks great...I like all the stuff scattered in the front :)

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks N.N. In real life I scatter stuff all over.

W. K. Moore said...

I don't go to WC out of principle .. nothing personal... patio?? hmmm

Brothergrimm said...

These cars look like they're regarding the viewed with cautious curiosity...
..."We don't get many strangers round here, stranger..."

bj said...

I love the old stuff just strewn about - binking to identify is fun.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Grimm-always amused by your interpretations.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks B.J., binking provides illumination.

Liz P said...

I'm sure there's a place that looks just like this right here in semi-rural southern Maine... actually, quite a few!

Beautiful job, as usual! I like the bright green roof of that one car picking up the color of the sun-dappled grass.

Ron Morrison said...

Hi Liz, I'm coming over.

Sandy said...

wow!