Monday, March 30, 2009



Yearling

Acrylic on board, 5" x 7"
$125 plus $6 shipping in U.S.
SOLD


The yearling calves have been separated from the mother cows and penned in the barnlot near the house. They get impatient waiting for Mark (the fellow who leases our pasture) to show up with the hay. Every day when I go out to my truck, they look at me expectantly--even though I've never given them a thing.

8 comments:

Robin Roberts said...

Geeze Don, I can't believe this is a 5x7! I enjoy the subltle warms and cools and the texture. And of course, I like cows.

Erika Nelson said...

You sure do killer cows Don! Sorry been so busy. Taxes and all the spring art activities do this to me.

http://www.onpainting.wordpress.com said...

Beautiful cow, Don.

Don Gray said...

Thanks a lot, Robin. I really enjoy your blog and work.

Don Gray said...

Hi Erika--good to hear from you and thanks! (Don't say the word "taxes"--I haven't done mine yet! :>{

Don Gray said...

Much appreciated, Onpainting!

museofsouthprairie said...

You DO give them something--hope.

Don Gray said...

Right, Karen--unrequited hope!