no wonder you understand the echo of the past in "empty" places, as you said on Sheila Vaughan's blog post! What wonderful images you create with exactly that substance!
Wonderful Simon - how evocative just a patch of light can be.
where do you get these images from, they are so powerful... r.
Hi Simon. I like what you paint and very much the way you paint it. I've added you to my blog roll, and look forward to keeping up with your work. All the bestApril
I really love your work - late seeing this one as had no computer, but it was worth the wait.
Welcome Polusladkai, yes painting is a funny business, , you can sort of dissect reality and drag out weird common themes.
Thanks Sheila, well you sort of proved that it was a knack not just confine to Hopper.
Hi Rahina shucks thanks. Well I was driving thru a deserted car park at the end of the day, and just had to take a few snaps.
Hi April, like your stuff too, thanks,
Thanks Liz, computers will drive us all mad in the end, my kids are glued to them, imagine what they will do to the generation after?
I like this painting a lot, Simon. But I would be interested (as always) in knowing what size it is.
16" by 10" Oil on card, your quite right , this info is important. After your last comment I went through a spell of giving this info, but then I lapsed.
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