Friday, August 12, 2011

Johnny's Barn, 6x8", original oil, canvas board SOLD

"I was so naive as a kid I used to sneak behind the barn and do nothing."
Johnny Carson (October 23, 1925 - January 23, 2005)

This is not really "Johnny's Barn", but I kind of liked the idea of him sitting back there, trying to think up something unacceptable to do.



This is the final post for "Barn Week" at the studio.  I still have more barn paintings rattling around but I will save them for another time.  Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping bye.



8 comments:

Pieces of 8 said...

Luscious colors and a great quote!

martinealison said...

Quelle belle harmonie de couleurs dans cette toile!
Un lieu qui me semble si paisible.
Beau travail.
Gros bisous.

Gwen Bell said...

Great atmosphere. Love the strong contrast between the barn and the background.

hmuxo said...

LOVE all of your barn paintings. beautiful technique! I am looking forward to your future work.

Carol Blackburn said...

Love your tying in the quote with the paintng, Carol. Neat!

Julie Hill said...

a fabulous barn Carol! love it!

Lina-Paola said...

Haha! The quote really lured me to see this post. Sort of reminds me of myself. I really like the fact that you aren't afraid to use so many colors in one piece. It really ties in together. Keep on posting!!
-Lina
misartmanias.blogspot.com

Kathy Cousart said...

I really like this one- wonderful colors and the contrast and light is fabulous. Then read the quotes- made me like it even more- a smile is always good!

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