Sunday, September 7, 2008


I have been working on this piece since my last post 5 days ago. I thought it was finished this morning, but the more I look at it the more I see a few corrections to be made. This is the third in a series of abandoned barns on a farm in nearby Livingston County in western KY.

I will post a follow up pic after I make the changes, hopefully by tomorrow.

the Third Barn acrylic 36x36 $2500

Here is a follow up on a painting I posted a few weeks ago. I added just a few thin white lines to suggest surf

Surf acrylic 36x36 $2500


dog face girls said...

Oh they are both wonderful, but, there's something about the simplicity of the Surf.

Rob Carey said...

How great that you can now spend much of your time pursuing art. I really enjoyed the lighting in these barn paintings.

Joy Logan said...

Thank you so much for your words on my blog. I am the oldest sibling and the worry wart of the family,too thin skinned,if anyone in my family is down I get down. It's been a bad few weeks lets sit over wine some day I 'll tll you all about it,lol. I still love what you do in your paintings,so wonderful and they capture times. I plan to read more then just this page of your blog very soon.

Laura K said...

Yay for Livingston County....feel free to come out to GTB to do some lakescapes, etc...



Bill--The colors in this barn painting are gorgeous! I love the idea of things that are left and underappreciated having a glory that only few can appreciate. Thanks for sharing!