Thu 11 Sep, 2003 10:16 am
Here is a new painting titled "Riding the Line". It is oil on masonite panel, 24"X48". The painting isn't quite done yet, but a couple more sessions should do the trick.
EASILY the best painting (or at least my favorite) of the ones you've posted!
Ash, why not post them to the gallery?
I thought that I needed to post them here, and that they would then be posted automatically to the Asherman Gallery.
Doh! I forgot to recreate the two galleries. Thanks for reminding me (in the move I had to recreate all the files and since there were thousands of them I forgot a few, your gallery was one).
What I man is that you are posting them to the Realm then linking them here when you can be posting them to the gallery here instead of the Realm (and you can still post the discussions etc).
That would be nifty. How do I do it?
Just click on the upload link in the gallery: http://www.able2know.com/gallery/upload.php
Then choose the Original art album and fill out the details. That way all your art will also be in the A2K photo albums.
Riding the Line
I love this painting too, good work. Reminds me of a photo that is entitled "The Road to Hell" which is in Nevada I think, no kidding!
Does anyone here have a clue as to the recording artist, of a record that is primarily instrumental from 1950s/60 called "Riding the Line", it's being used as the background of a new automobile commerical. I'm an old timer and remember the song but not sure of the name, nor the artist.
'ppreciate it if you'd reply if you know.
I've never been to the US but this is really evocative and just how I imagine some of the empty straight roads. A lovely atmosphere
How long do you spend on each painting? What medium oil/acrylic?
Asherman. I like how the road is made bigger by the dimunitive trees and scrub along side. I think the paintings genius is its perspective. The road seems to balloon out and come to the foreground.
This is my first time to this forum - and I had no clue you painted.
I paint too - I just use a gun to do it - and my canvasas are all unwilling.