The Daily Paintings of Don Gray
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Ahh, these summer evenings. We complain about the heat, then long for August days during the frozen depths of winter.
The huge round hay bales are a tempting subject to paint, with their imposing, sculptural presence. I worked the hayfields of this valley as a kid. We wrestled rectangular bales that weighed maybe 70 pounds. These round ones might weigh a ton. They are moved with tractors and specialized equipment, one person doing the work that once took a haying crew.
And what kind of jobs are left for the kids of summer?...
"Do you want fries with that?"
We had this same sky last night. You captured it!
Hi Don!.... Love your sensitive "found art" studies!"You" have a great eye for the unusual... splendid colour and design... "extraordinaire"Good painting!Warm regards,Bruce Sherman
Thanks, Susan. I love these summer skies when the clouds build up in the afternoon.
Hi Bruce--thanks for the visit and for your generous comments...you made my day!
Beautiful painting Don.Love the brushstrokes and the sensitive palette.
Welcome, Erik and thanks. I enjoyed seeing your blog.
I admire your feeling for the true color.
Thank you, Milan, and welcome to my blog.
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