Friday, December 3, 2010


What Now?

Charcoal and pencil on archival paper, 8 1/4" x 12"
$100 plus $6 shipping in U.S.

For check payment or other arrangements, email don@dailyartwest.com


Winslow is such a good model. Do you think he's underpaid? He's making two biscuits an hour.



"When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world."
~ John Muir

10 comments:

rahina q.h. said...

just beautiful and so sensitively handled, Don... and your muse seems truely satisfied with your payment arrangements. love the quote btw

Susan Roux said...

I think you're having fun exploring Winslow lately! With all the time you spend together, he certainly is a subject you know well. Paint what you know. Isn't it the truth?

Anonymous said...

Winslow looks quite satisfied with his pay. All your work featuring Winslow has such a warm quality.
Anne Thrower

Gerald Schwartz said...

Don, this is simply wonderful what you have captured here... A steal at that price..

Don Gray said...

Your comments always warm my heart, Rahina...thank you.

Don Gray said...

My wife and I are empty nesters, Susan, so of course we shower attention on our pets. :^) Winslow quickly won our hearts with his kind and quirky ways. How can anyone say animals don't have souls?

Don Gray said...

Thanks for the note, Anne...Happy Holidays!

Don Gray said...

Nice to hear from you, Gerald--thank you. Well, everything we do is a steal, right? :^)

I like your new forest floor paintings.

Marilyn said...

So many expressions, so little time. Your loving bond with Winslow resonates beautifully in your art, Don.

Don Gray said...

Thanks a lot, Marilyn--I'm pleased that feeling comes through to you.