Friday, February 19, 2010

Up Macauley Road



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18 comments:

Michelle Smith said...

I like the deep and saturated colors you've been using lately. Very dramatic and moody.

paintnpencil said...

Incredible atmosphere you've captured, I really like it.

Nureeya Panichnok said...

Wow…I admire the way you painted all in this painting …it seems like the first appearance of light in the morning is emitting through the dark of sky. I love the feeling of this painting!

Joan said...

This one has an eerie feeling to it...you know when that music comes on in a movie and it just means trouble?? Great job!!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Michelle, I like dark and moody...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks P.P., glad you do...like it.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Nureeya, these are fun to paint, its on the back of an older painting...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Joan, yikes!

Doris Glovier said...

Ron, trying to reach you by email but cannot find it in your profile. My email- dcglovier@gamil.com

Kathy said...

Another masterpiece Ron. I have yet to get to my car painting. I am painting snow like crazy. lol

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Wonderfully dark, Ron. Love the drippy part at the bottom too--fits the atmosphere!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Doris, E.E. would be fun...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Kathy, its warm here, no snow...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Elizabeth, drippy is fun...

Fredericks said...

A nice liqiuid flow of colour in the sky to the right. This really catches my eye.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Win, yes that yeller undertone is effective...

Nancy Goldman said...

I love the dripping at the bottom. To me, it signifies how, over time, everything disintegrates and becomes part of the earth again. The colors and moodiness add to that impression. Great job!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Nancy, yes...