Sunday, May 02, 2010

The Shack in the Backlight


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22 comments:

Bonnie Heather said...

Wonderful painting!

Arti said...

HeY Ron, this painting is superb!The cabin stands out so well aginst the subtle background.Love the shadows you have created on the ground.

cabap said...

great job my friend,
jan :)

Kathy said...

Ron, awesome and you didn't need the cars to hold it up. lol Now you have us wondering .... what happened to all of the cars.

Name:Nureeya Panichnok said...

Hi Ron, I'm glad that you post this painting here...because it's so cool, although this is without the cars!!!!

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Ron, I just love this! It makes me want to go in the painting and explore!

Michelle Smith said...

Nice painting, Ron. I like the feel of the lighting on the trees. And no cars! That's unusual for you.

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Bonnie, I appreciate the sayso...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Arti, the shadows are fun to do...creating the atmo-sphere...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Jan, glad you like it...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Kathy, if you want to know where the cars are you can see them with this house if you go back a ways in the blog...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Nureeya, cars were all stolen...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Elizabeth, in real life all around this house there were old cars...thirty years ago...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Michelle, yes it is...

Jennifer Redstreake Geary said...

Drool worthy, for sure!!!

Joan said...

Ron - I haven't had much time to visit blogs or post on WetCanvas lately. This is wonderful!!! I love the shadow from the building...especially the touches of that wonderful blue. Super texture on the roof of the shack. This one just made me smile!!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Jennifer, I appreciate the visit...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Joan, busy is good!

Liz P said...

This is beautiful, Ron. The trees and the little shrubby bits are especially lovely. The yard is so empty, though!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Liz, yez, all the cars have gone to town, never to return...

maddie said...

Wow, this is definitely one of my favorites! The colors you blended to create the grass amaze me. I wish I had such talent! :]

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Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Maddie, I enjoy reading your blog...