A winter landscape, the fields are bare, the crops have been safely stored in the barn to feed the cattle for the season. These type of wooden Barns hark back to another era, one of horse drawn buggies and ploughs and rusty metal tractor seats.
While out looking for something to paint I was struck by how farming as changed over the past few years, slowly these farm fortresses are disappearing in favour of low slung structures and round metal buildings. Gone are the horses and related ploughing equipment replaced by large combines and those large dual tired a John Deers. This particular Barn had weathered time well it still looked stately and sturdy so I stopped my car and proceeded to paint this piece with watercolor, later finishing it...
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"Three Colors and the Truth"
My paintings reflect the world I live in or want to live in. With three primary colors I give you truth in the disguise of an illusion, as the pact between artist and audience is always an unspoken illusion.
Whatever our purpose on this planet or the universe itself is something I cannot fathom or attempt to understand. I therefore focus on what I can relate to and what I see that makes me happy. I hope these efforts will also help for you to enjoy the everyday...
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