Sunday, September 21, 2014

Back on the farm, my weekend in the neighborhood. At home but on the road x's 2

71 & 82  F,  mostly sunny!
This was today's painting,

#405 Delavan Rd.

8 x 10

I did this scene last winter, The panel blew into a snow bank.

The first darks.

The orange tone was better than the dark red I tried the last few panels.

I was thinking of doing a little video but I wasn't up to it, I didn't even take that many photos.

This is where I ended up, I was looking east, and behind a tree, although I like back light, when the sun starts to go down I'm often looking strait at it and that can make it hard to see.

The scene, I liked the road going through a tunnel of trees, and the silo on the hill.

Sight size shot .


The corner of Lincoln Hill Rd. and Delavan Rd.

This is from January of this year, I was on the other side of the road.

Yesterday, (Saturday, 9-20-14) , I went down to Center Cambridge, the intersection of County Rte 59 and Center Cambridge Rd. I've wanted to include these grain silos for a while.

 The road has a lot of drama to it.

It was warm and windy yesterday afternoon, but this 9 x 12 did not blow over.

The silo ended up taking a back seat to the road, which is a theme I'm drawn to. There is also a truck in there and I don't often have trucks.

This is where I ended up.

#404 County Rte 59

9 x 12

Money Shot.

This is my spot, it's a reasonably busy corner, but an awesome scene.

The road is not only a formal lead into the scene it's an allegory for going down it, it's universal, iconic.