Sunday, April 25, 2010



Spring Grazing

Oil on board, 6" x 6"
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After a winter on baled hay, these cattle are enjoying the new grass...probably the bovine equivalent of a home-cooked meal after months of TV dinners, don't you think?

After a several months hiatus from blogging, Canadian figurative artist Judy McClaren is posting again. She charges every brushtroke with energy and skill--take a look: http://apaintersday.blogspot.com/.

10 comments:

Linda said...

Very nice! It has a peaceful feeling to it. I love your comparison to tv dinners! :-)

I'm going to check out Judy's blog.

SamArtDog said...

Yup. Peaceful Valley. Moo.

Don Gray said...

Thanks Linda.

Don Gray said...

Thank you Sam.

Dean Grey said...

Don!

Ahhh, it looks so open and relaxing!

You did a nice job capturing the feel of the place.

Wish I was there!

-Dean

Don Gray said...

Hi Dean--thanks. Yeah, even though winter was not too bad, it's still nice to see the pastures greening.

Dennis Dame said...

Like the cows Don - reminds me of when I was a kid. We used to pick blackberries in a cow pasture. Every so often a cow would wander over to see what we were doing. - They sure seemed large when you are six!

Don Gray said...

Thanks, Dennis. Yes, cows seem large even when you're all grown up. Especially when one steps on your foot! (don't ask.)

Leslie Sealey said...

This is such a calm, soothing painting. Nice work!

Don Gray said...

Hi Leslie--thanks!