Friday, December 12, 2008

Barn Fresh

Re: Oh, Henry, Say it Ain't So (Big Three on the Brink)

There is a term used to describe finding something under hay in a barn and dragging it out and offering it for sale. No matter how rat infested the item is, it is ironically referred to as being "Barn Fresh" and is advertised as such. Regurgitated is usually more accurate. When I do this again I will make the cars way more digested... So maybe this is in reverse maybe the barn isn't eating the cars so much as spitting them out...?
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10 comments:

Brothergrimm said...

Be careful the rats don't get curious and learn how to drive!

Cara Dawn Romero said...

Ron - this is beautiful. I love the bold color - implies sunshine - beautiful.

Joan said...

Ron - I love the light in this one!!! I never get tired of seeing what you've done.

Billie Crain said...

a car spitting barn....kind of like a cat hacking up hairballs? either way, i'm loving that wild shade of chartreuse you have going on here. *thumbsup*

Clive said...

Worse things than rats lurk under barn hay. The watercolour treatment on this is too fresh to be barn fresh, lovely. Ron, sorry I missed your opening. I was away this afternoon and after dinner I called to confirm that Marshal was still open but he said you'd gone. In fact he was gone too, I got him on his cell; he said the snow had put a damper on things toward evening. Looking forward to making it down it down to see your new stuff later in the week.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Grimm, "careful the rats don't learn to drive"..I like it!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Cara, light is the important thing...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Joan, I appreciate that...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Foz, yes it was a wild chartreuse program...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Clive, its on for a while...