The Daily Paintings of Don Gray
A typical summertime sight along the backroads here. Standing this way, they can sweep the nuisance flies away from each other with their tails.
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Don, You know I love horses and you did a great job with this painting. The scene is truly typical for horses on a summer day and makes such a lovely painting.
How could I not love this one?
This scene could be almost everywhere in the world
Thanks a lot, Ruth--I really appreciate your comments. Your recent paintings are beautiful.
Hi Tanner--thanks! Great to hear from you.
Heinz--yes, you're right, it could be anywhere. Thanks for your comment and welcome to my blog.
I can feel the wind and the heat. Great work.If you're going to be in the studio on Sat. the 21st we'll try to stop by later in the day.Bri-
ahhh...(sigh) those horses (yes, i am horse crazy)and the composition... wonderful!and what a wonderful name for the flies (and not horse flies):)
Thanks, Bri. I'll probably be around on the 21st, but may not be in the studio. Give me a call before you get here, OK?
Hi Rahina--very nice to hear from you, and thanks for the encouragement!
Love this painting, Don. We see a lot of sleepy afternoons this time of year in Texas.
I am imagining the warm, gentle summer breeze rustling by these two as they stand in the shade getting cool. What a beautiful scene, Don! Great work!
Thanks, Marilyn. In that Texas summer heat a siesta is a great idea, right?
Thanks so much, Erin--welcome to my blog!
I keep coming back to this one! Love it, Don.
Hi Takeyce, nice to hear from you--thanks.
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