The Daily Paintings of Don Gray
Don,I went to see the play "Trying" and saw your paintings in person! What a treat!I've secretly held the belief that most paintings look better on my computer screen than in life because of the way light shines through the image, but looking at your work in person shattered that misconception.I overheard a woman say that your ocean paintings seemed to sparkle. I was intrigued by the ones of the movie theater parking lot. Very cool. You really captured the strange color of the parking lot lamp light. And the little 6x6 paintings are so fine. They look life-like yet delicate. I could have stayed for hours to study them all. Alas I had hungry teenagers with me.The play was terrific. : )
Don you've handled that corrugated iron so well and I just love that sparkle to the trickle of water.
perfect, just perfect !!!
Silvina,Thanks so much for taking the time to visit the show, and I'm glad the play was good. They told me it has been a sellout hit.I really appreciate your comments and know all about hungry teenagers from years past:)
Triecia--kind of you to write. Thanks!
Wow Edward--thank you!
This is sooooo fine. To take something so simple and make a wonderful image, this is what it is all about. As Edward said, perfect, just perfect.
Excellent painting Don!
Wanda, so nice of you to say that--thank you.
Thank you, Robin!
This piece knocks me out! Who'd thought that a drain pipe, old, bent, dirty and shunned by all people would be the subject of such a stunning painting?Way to go, Don!!!
Mike, nice of you to weigh in--thanks for such a nice compliment. I'm enjoying your work and blog commentary very much.
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