Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Finally finished. It has been a pretty steady month working on this oil painting of INDIAN PAINTBRUSH 24"x30". At least I think I am finished with it. I'm sure after a few days of observation I will be doing some tune up.
It is to be my entry for the Casper Petroleum Club Art Show. It is due for jurying later in February but I wanted to finish it to display in a local show just to show off and maybe get some feedback and comments on by the general public. I actually am doing two different pieces using Indian paintbrush and will decide which one I want to actually submit after I finish the 2nd piece. It is Indian Paintbrush but with rocks and Bluebells to spice up the color. Will post it when finished. May be a few weeks.


Sculpting on the Road - Wood and Bronze Sculptures said...

Hey Gary, thanks for putting Ken and Tom on your blog and favorite websites!!


Velvet Ginger said...

Wow, I love this Indian Paint Brush!!!!! So far I like this simplicity of them being the only colors on the floor of the windrivers, just like your treks.
The AZ sky is fabulous, if I may say one thing, we usually don't have that much blue in our sky at sunset, when we do, the blues turn purple or indigo with lots of oranges and pinks! But I sure like both of these!!!

Anonymous said...

Hello, Gary - enjoyed reading your blog and looking at paintings in progress. Would have loved to meet you last week when I was passing though Dubois on the way to Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. Tom and the rest of the crew at the gallery were great. Your "Prairie Skies" is now home in my pale yellow dining room, reminding me of the beauty of Wyoming. Keep up the good work! Jane Ujhazi - Bandon-by-the-Sea, Oregon