Sunday, November 2, 2008



Shore Rider

Oil on board, 10 1/8" x 12 3/8"
$600 plus $10 shipping in U.S.
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Sometimes I lose track of things.

Here's the provenance so far for this painting: Painted in California studio... wrapped in paper as soon as it was dry and placed in folder... loaded on moving truck and hauled to Oregon... unloaded from moving truck into Oregon mini-storage... left in storage nearly a year... re-discovered ("Oh yeah, I remember this!") in storage while looking for something else... brought to Oregon studio... posted to this blog.

10 comments:

Erika Nelson said...

The homesick Californian is homesick seeing this beauty! You really have an eye for the heart strings Don! All I can say is the person that buys this painting gets the steal of the century!

Leslie Sealey said...

Nice!

A Reason to Paint said...

Well it has a really nice feel to it; I'm glad it's finally left its paper cocoon!

Don Gray said...

Erika, you're really kind--thanks.

Don Gray said...

Thank you, Leslie!

Don Gray said...

Many thanks, Triecia.

Sylvia Jenstad said...

Beautiful... just beautiful... so peaceful...

Don Gray said...

Thanks for coming by, Sylvia.

Jean Victory said...

Don,
Just beautiful! It makes me think of being at the beach and listening to the waves. I'm glad I can see your images this week, there was something wrong a week ago. Take care!

Don Gray said...

Hi Jean and thanks. Yes, I'm still mired in server problems, so my earlier images, which reside on that server, are not showing up on the blog. I've been direct-posting lately to Blogger, so the recent images are on the Blogger server.