“PAINTING DAILY", OR “LOST AND PAINTING”
Steve- This has a very Grant Wood feeling to it. I really like his work, especially his landscapes, well done.
Angela's so right! I like both your versions. They're so different from one another. I really do like the sculptural feel of this one.
Yup, I immediatley thougth of Grant Wood too when I saw the post. I just love the colors that you used. Really nice!
wow, I love this one the glow it has and the composition is fabulous.
I agree it has a Grant Wood quality to it and a feel of a very fun loving life, though I know farming is not easy but I know farmers love it all the same(my family has farmers), this is what I see in your painting too.
Yes, Angela's right... very Grant Wood. You've put some wonderful style in here. Now that you've accomplished (1-2-3...?) paintings of this challenge, how do you feel?I, for one, admire your perseverance in the face of ADD and other painting challenges.
I like both of your interprtaions but the Grant Wood style is what really caught my eye. You always have great work on your blog!
Well, I didn't know you have ADD (so do I) and I've never heard of Grant Wood so as far as I know this has a very Steve Conrad feel to it. I like it a lot, especially the sculpted voluptuous hills and the "glow" as Dominique said. Nice!
beautifully done! i like the depth of the hills and the shading. nice work!!!! :)
Great to see how you have "evolved" the Penn. painting!Amazing how the last one is so sculpted by the light.
Nothing like announcing to the world that I didn't know who painted American Gothic - yikes! :DUhhhh...someone got on my computer and left an anonymous post. Yep, that's what happened!
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