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Showing posts with label farm. Show all posts
Showing posts with label farm. Show all posts

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Barns And Trees 2

Simple farm yard scene #2. These old wooden structures have lasted through all kinds of weather and still store farm equipment, feed and miscellaneous items for the owners. This is a flip-flop version from my last post titled Barnes And Trees 1. Ink and watercolor.

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Monday, May 15, 2017

Barns And Trees 1

Simple farm yard scene #1. These old wooden structures have lasted through all kinds of weather and still store farm equipment, feed and miscellaneous items for the owners. My next post will show a flip-flopped version of this same scene. Ink and watercolor. 

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Monday, February 27, 2017

Country Antiques


In most rural areas of the USA, one can usually find discarded and abandoned vehicles. Some of these old treasures are ripped off for their parts and any other useable items. This old pickup no longer has its bed and definitely shows the wrath of time. Automobiles and farm equipment can also be discovered. Ink and watercolor.
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Thursday, January 21, 2016

Old Tractor

Several years ago, this beautiful old tractor was parked next to a country road with a "For Sale" sign on it. The tractor has been gone for years since I painted it. Some one has used the old parts that were available or renovated the tractor and is using it to cultivate the land. Ink and watercolor.

Saturday, August 06, 2011

Snowball Trees

This early autumn scene shows what snow looks like when mounted atop trees that are loaded with leaves. This was a very early snow storm. Ink and watercolor.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

The Pond

I like this scene primarily because of the pond. Seems like most ranches and farms had some kind of pond with reeds and fish which was always exciting as a kid. You could fish from the banks, swim in the cool waters and float in a raft if you were clever enough to make one that would float. My Grandpa did not have a pond but he built a cement receptacle and filled it with fresh, running water. It was the coolest water especially on a hot summer day. Today, the receptacle remains but there is no fresh water. Ink and watercolor.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Abstract Farm


This splash of color and ink is titled like it is because it was intended to be an abstract farm. Many times my paintings start out as something realistic, then become so bad I need to make an abstract out of it to save it. Not the case here. Ink and watercolor.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

After The Storm

The rain is gone but the puddles remain on a farm landscape. This is a simple painting where I focused on puddles and hints of reflections. Ink and watercolor.

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Warm California Hills


Here is another scene for those who are already tired of winter. Colorful farm buildings with rolling brown hills make for a nice setting in the back country of central California. In the spring months, these rolling hills are beautiful carpets of green. From May until November the grasses turn to carpets of wheat and ochre colors until the rains replenish them. Ink and watercolor.

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