Saturday, September 09, 2006

Farm

18 comments:

Princess Pepper Cloud said...

What used to be and what is. I like your decision to show the barn from the inside and broken down. The picture of what used to be really sets the mood. I really like looking at this painting, it is very interesting.

Michelle Lana said...

very nice...great painting

ValGalArt said...

very atmospheric! i love the barn owl watching! Really great!

Twisselman said...

Your illustrations always set such dramatic scenes. I've been to this place... either in a real barn or granery... or maybe in my mind. The light plays well across the different surfaces here. Of course that's a very cool owl, as well.

Gabrielle said...

Wow, this is so haunting!

Robert McLaughlin said...

Quite moody and interesting. Such is the fate of the family farm. Unfortunate, huh?

mrs. b. said...

you've used reflected light really well, and the texture is fantastic! Love the spider!

Teri C said...

Gorgeous image! I love this viewpoint.

steve said...

hey, I love how you chose to illustrate the interor here! the dark atmospheric touch is good an' spooky too!

AndyDoodler said...

Holy ... ! It seems you outdo yourself every post! Beautiful painting, and concept! Hope someone will come along and rebuild the place - luckily there's some reference left to go by.

modroom said...

This is captivating.. I feel like I'm there!

the heartful blogger said...

Oooh, I love the slivers of sunset on the side of the beams, and the owl. Wonderfully atmospheric, as always!

carla said...

This is so dramatic and evocative! I love the owl perched on the beam, and the gorgeous light filtering through. There is something hauntingly beautiful about on old building, broken down but still standing. There are ghosts and memories.

Mauricio said...

Hello!

Great painting, congratulations.

See you
Mauricio

bill zeman said...

cool picture - very moody and interesting

Wee Cottage said...

This is such a wonderful moody painting. I love the idea of being in an old barn and seeing those bits of light through the boards. Very cool

frank h said...

simply wonderful!

michael dailey said...

love the desolated feeling in this wonderfuly done