Thursday, April 18, 2013

Historical Oil Painting






Look, this painting is sitting on the floor in my studio, framed behind glass and ready to go. I've had it a long time. It's 11x14 painted in oils using a scraping and glazing process.If anyone is interested contact me. Make me an offer and don't be embarrassed. All I can do is say no. It's an important part of my history, sort of pivotal, but I am far from sentimental. Could be worth millions when I die.

4 comments:

David J. Teter said...

Very interesting to see an earlier work of yours especially in light of next post on artistic influences.
If I had an expendable income right now...

...but since it could be worth millions when you die, your words, ...

Are you severely allergic to anything?

bill said...

A bullet. When I have had some of these pieces I have held on to long enough I really want them to have new homes. Thus the bargain basement make me an offer blasts now and then.

On another note your trains reminds me of my Grandad. He loved them and had a very extensive HO set up.

David J. Teter said...

Trains, mine too, my Granddad built a replica of a train coach in the yard to house his train setup of the small town he lived in West Virginia, very extensive.

On the other note, bullet allergy, aren't we all.
The trajectory from here to Idaho will be tricky if windy.
Let me know when you can stand outside.

Still Life Oil Painting said...

On another note your trains reminds me of my Grandad. He loved them and had a very extensive HO set up. Very interesting to see an earlier work of yours especially in light of next post on artistic influences.