07 August 2008

Brush Park Corner, SOLD


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Brush Park Corner, oil on linen panel, 5"x5"
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A small colorful storefront on Brush St. in Brush Park.
#376

3 comments:

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

I like this! It reminds me of Mary Sheehan Winn's work on her blog. Simple, not sentimental, but inviting and interesting!

Don Gray said...

Superb. Vermeer's blue and yellow--an unbeatable combination. Love the handling of foreground shadow and overall design.

jrh11254 said...

good morning - have been visiting your web-log for some time. i've noticed that most of your visitors'comments have been about your handling of the paint and your colors, etc. they are all valid comments, but what i like most about your small works (as opposed to your larger ones) is that they convey a greater amount of emotive content. there is something happening beyond the visual appearance. they are not belabored/overworked, nor over-thought. You are obviously drawn to an urban/suburban arrangement, respond to it, and then convey that response to us, seemingly without much editing. your paintings remind me so much of alex katz's smaller paintings - a lifetime of looking and of familiarity of craft - crystallized so perfectly in such small spaces. i admire your work very much and look forward to each new post. sincerely - jim