Friday, November 18, 2011

Who's There?


Cold wax encaustic on board, 8.5" x 11"
$320 plus $8 shipping in U.S.
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A larger painting today. My internet friend, artist Deb Pero, recently suggested it might be time for another Winslow painting. I don't need much prodding to paint my great bud and constant companion.

Winslow has developed a new habit. On a recent visit with our little grandson he watched intently while we cradled Grayson in our arms, barely able to contain his jealousy. Back home Winslow decided he deserved the same treatment, since he was "our baby". He climbed into my lap and immediately threw himself backward so that I had to catch him in the crook of my arm. There he layed, all splayed out, perfectly content. This has become a nightly ritual. 

Check out Deb's beautiful paintings here.


8 comments:

Gary L. Everest said...

Hi Don,
This is simply a beautiful portrait of a well-loved friend. I'd be proud to have my signature on this.
Another winner, Don.
Enjoy your Friday.
Sincerely,
Gary.

Don Gray said...

Hi Gary--what a fine compliment--thanks a lot!

rahina q.h. said...

a wonderful portrait Don and a delightful story... dogs are amazing creatures and Winslow has become special to me through your blog. one of my most favourite paintings of him was 'sun-catcher'. it contained all the elements of an old master to my mind.

Kara K. Bigda said...

LOVE this portrait and story . . . what a handsome fella!

Don Gray said...

Thank you Rahina for being so supportive. I so appreciate your comments about Winslow and my painting.

Don Gray said...

Hi there, Kara--thank you!

Marilyn said...

Another classic Winslowism.
I do hope you plan to include these heartwarming stories along with your amazing paintings in Winslow's book.

: )

Don Gray said...

Ha--thanks, Marilyn. Yes, it would be fun to do a book on Winslow.