Evening Clouds & Queen Anne's Lace

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Burnside Hay Fields **SOLD**

I was back at the hay fields again yesterday.
It was our first real summer like day this year and
a perfect time to be there. This piece was painted
from the side, of what turned out to be a fairly busy
thoroughfare, which I found to be very distracting.
I must try to locate myself better before
setting up next time!
The turkey vultures were out in full force. It is truly a
joy to watch them as they glide by
scanning the fields for morsels of food,
left there from the haying activities.
Oil on canvas 6 x 8.
Comments always appreciated.
Jeffrey
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"It is after all, the dab of grit that seeps into an
oyster's shell that makes the pearl,
not pearl making seminars with other oysters."
(Stephen King)
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This painting is
SOLD




5 comments:

Ambera said...

I love the fact that despite how bright and cheery this piece is, it still has a slightly ominous feel when you consider the stumps in the foreground.

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

Oops! I guess I stumped ya with my scary hay bales Ambera...I knew I should have taken more time with them...

=;-))

Jeffrey

Ambera said...

hah!! my bad!

Ron Morrison said...

You gotta admit though its quite fun when someone misdiagnoses something, "Love the chicken!" Thats no chicken thats a dog...But I digress, paintings are wonderful as usual, quite inspiring. If I wasn't so lazy, maybe I would go outside.

Jeffrey J. Boron said...

It really is Ron!
Thanks.

Jeffrey