Monday, May 21, 2012

Tall Barn




Oil on board, 6" x 8"
$165 plus $7 shipping in U.S.
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This Cricket Flat barn seems especially tall because of it's relatively narrow width.  It's used primarily to store hay.




6 comments:

rahina q.h. said...

Goodness, i have missed following your blog and as always you never fail to delight the eye. This barn and its simple structure sitting alone and strong.... seems to be representational of something deeper. .. beautiful work Don!

Richard Hunter said...

Hi Don,

Beautiful painting that captures the feel of an era. Old barns represent something special about the past and the people that built them. Please refresh my memory. Where is Cricket Flat? I'm sure I've been there.

Rick

SamArtDog said...

Yikes! A huff and a puff. This barn was clearly not built by 3 little pigs!

Congrats to the graduate, granddad!

Don Gray said...

Great to hear from you, Rahina, and your comments are so appreciated!

Don Gray said...

Hi Rick--thanks! I'll drop you an email about Cricket Flat.

Don Gray said...

Hi Sam--yeah, it does look a bit like a strong wind could tip it over. But I think it's been around a long time, so apparently no wolves in the area.

I'll pass on grad wishes to our granddaughter--thanks.