The Daily Paintings of Don Gray
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Even small paintings can have a large feeling. This painting was posted back in 2007, but the image is no longer available in my archives (it's a long story having to do with my old server destroying my image database.) I think it deserves another look. I've always enjoyed the lush, painterly feel of this piece, and the sense of monumental scale it seems to have, due to the low perspective and close-up viewpoint.
A stunner, Don! Loved the red barns, too…
good you put it back on the blog as I hadn't seen this one. it is monumental as you suggested and a work of art.
Thanks a lot, David!
Rahina, as always you are most supportive--thank you.
I can smell that pepper! You've been a busy man. Am over here working my my first ever large acrylic landscape......have missed your posts!Really like "Once Upon a Time"...that is so pretty.
Me sinto muito bem toda vez que venho até aqui, suas pinturas, as cores vem do coração, muito sucesso para você, parabéns pelo seu trabalho maravilhoso, abraços da LisI feel very good whenever I come up here, his paintings, the colors come from the heart, much success to you, congratulations on your wonderful job of hugging Lis
Micah, so nice to hear from you! Thanks for the kind words. It's time for some updates on your blog, eh? How about that new acrylic landscape?
Lis, thank you for your generous words, and thank you for visiting my blog.LIS, obrigado por essas palavras generosas e obrigado por visitar o meu blog.
This feels like a seven footer that should be the first thing seen in a NYC gallery!Imagine getting all that in 7 inches with just a downward shift in viewpoint.Amazing.
Beautiful and completely worth reposting for all of us too see!! Thank you!
Shirley, what an encouraging thing to say--thanks! I'm enjoying your blog.
Hi Erin--thanks so much.
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