Monday, July 27, 2009

Snake Light Illumination










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32 comments:

Krista Hasson said...

Love it, I never tire of looking at your work, your subject is the same but yet each painting is clearly different.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Krista, I should stop playing around and get serious but its too much fun....

NUREEYA PANICHNOK said...

It's very cool,Ron...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Nureeya, I was after the "fun"look...some stylized cool...

NUREEYA PANICHNOK said...

Hi Ron,
wow this last one looks crisper than the first but my fav is the first because of your fantastic stroke...

Joan said...

Ron - I love how the different colors make the same basic sketch look and feel so different. Both of these are great!

Brothergrimm said...

That top one really grabs me...maybe the rust in the car doors? I don't know, but I like it!

NUREEYA PANICHNOK said...

Ron-You are really adept at using the colours! You made all three paintings are interesting with different colours, Superb!!!

Brothergrimm said...

Love the creepy dead tree, perfect touch to the illumination!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, B.G., just playing with the wawa...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Nureeya, I like to see the different pssibilities of a drawing...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Grimm, the creep factor is fun...

Ross Lynem said...

I love your work. It is brilliant and i feel it is the way watercolor should be.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks,Ross, just some wawa fun, glad you like it...

cabap said...

I saw all your painting.
in one word: AMAZING !!!!!!
jan:)

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Jan, "Amazing" is good...

Fredericks said...

Wow
What a set of paintings, Ron.
Your works have a surreal tone of light to them. When I look at them, I think I am looking at a moonlit scene. But yet......but yet...when I blink twice, I think its daylight.........then I find myself wondering if it is that earie, time of light after or during a lightning storm. This is absolute whizardry with light, man.
What you do, takes my breath away.
Win

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Win, its fun to play and explore with no pressure...

Joan said...

Ron - This is an eerie group!!! I feel like I should be on the lookout for bats. lol Love them!!! Your paintings always have such a great feeling to them!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Joan, I like to create the atmosphere....

Billie Crain said...

Wow, Ron! That first one has a whole lot of atmosphere going on. I really love it! They're all wonderful but that one stands out to me.

newnorth said...

wicked tree branches. I like how the car seems like it must feel smushed in there.
(thank you for recommending Sometimes A Great Notion. It's one of my favorites now. Yes, I finally completely finished it)

Pamela Payne said...

eenie meenie minie moe....I will never be able to pick a favorite. There is one for every mood!

Cara Dawn Romero said...

I love them all but really like the first one.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Ross, I appreciate the approbation...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Jan, appreciate you saying so...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Win just a little fun with the wawa...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks Joan, I think I like the eerie-ness or moodiness program...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Billie, its fun to do different versions, just to see what happens...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, N.N., its a great book isn't it...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Pamela, I like to explore moodiness...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Cara, so do I...