Sunday, January 6, 2008


Those of you who have been visiting this blog know of my fondness for architecture. I have written about recyciling paintings and painting in series. Today I thought it would be interesting to look at three paintings of the same subject, each created with a slightly different approach. The structure, which looks like it belongs in the plains of the midwest and/or Canada, actually sits in the middle of a small farming community in rural southern New Jersey, just a few miles from my hometown. I love this building because each side reveals a different set of clutter and texture.

This was the first painting, pastel on illustation board, and my first piece accepted into the PSA's anual juried show.

My second effort, a mixed media on panel which is currenly in my gallery.

The third effort, pastel on illustration board.


Mary Thorsby said...

Your building paintings ROCK! I'd love to see more from Paducah! xoxooxmt

Villager said...

Couldn't agree more with Mary.
These are unique.

William F. Renzulli said...

Thanks for the interest.
My plan has been to post additonal paintings from the show over the next few weeks.

Nancy Standlee said...

Love the pastel with the numbers..Wow!