Thursday, March 31, 2011

What Are You Lookin' At?


What Are You Lookin' At?

Watercolor on archival paper, 8.75" x 11.75"
$350 plus $10 shipping in U.S.

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


Another one painted on the plate bristol paper--I love this old self-assured bull. I've tackled this pose before, in smaller scale and with oil. It's fun to reprise the subject with a different medium and approach.

Hand-signed archival prints of this painting are available for $50, plus $6 shipping. The image size is same as original. Email for purchase.

12 comments:

Art By Erika said...

The bulls are back! This was and is my favorite! What a beautiful painting! Ok I had to get Silverman's book :)

Ruth Andre said...

Don, I love the cow series. Great work and I was surprised to see the bull was not in oils. Nice color.

Don Gray said...

Hi Erika--thank you, so nice to hear from you!

I think you won't regret getting the book--Silverman is great to read, and beautiful step-by-steps of his process.

Don Gray said...

Hi Ruth--thanks for coming by. I appreciate your comments.

Pierre Raby said...

I enjoy the way you play with this medium, this watercolor version is as vibrant as the one painted in oil!

Sonya Johnson said...

I'm really enjoying this bovine watercolor series you're doing, Don. They really do make good subjects for paintings.

Art By Erika said...

Hi Don! Nice to chat with you, I finally had to do something and get unbusy so I can have more art life :) Thanks for confirming I bought a good book, now I REALLY look forward to it :D Have a great day! TGIF

Don Gray said...

Thank you, Pierre--your words are appreciated.

Don Gray said...

Thanks, Sonya. There's lots of cattle around here, so they're ready models.

brian b said...

I love the detail in the cow. even the ear tags are a nice touch!

Don Gray said...

Thank you, Brian.

wildlifeart said...

Love this one Don, great use of colours :)