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Ford Painting - Hiding From The Junkyard by Charlie Spear

Hiding From The Junkyard is a painting by Charlie Spear which was uploaded on June 12th, 2011.

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Thank you, Mona!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Thank you, Terry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wonderful! Congrats on your sale!

Congratulations on your sale, Charlie!

Thank You, Art Lover, who purchased a print of HIDING FROM THE JUNKYARD!!!

Wow! nice and so different. Congratulations.

Thank you Lorraine. We have friends who own this place and it's a farm with chickens and gardens etc.

I love this one and I love the title too. Reminds me of my younger days spent on my uncle's farm. Really a great painting.

Again, thank you for the affirmations, William.

Thanks for your comment. I like this work and your other work!!! Donna

You're welcome and Xueling. Thank you.

Very cool painting, very well expressed! Thank you for your nice feedback on my "Main Stage III" and "1st Day at School", I really appreciate it!!!

Thank you Dawn...mine died years ago.A guy took the engine and junked the rest...never did get my free auto work.

Oh, almost forgot -- you asked where I get my bronzes cast. Caleco Foundry in Cody, WY has been doing that for me for many years. They cast everything from huge monuments to my tiny detail work and everything in between. I use a foundry in Loveland, CO for large flat pieces, but everything else is from Cody.

Fantastic! Your style conveys the charm and feelings with such verve! Funny how we get attached to such trusty old relics -- I hated to see my old pickup go, even though it sounded like an egg-beater -- it had gotten me through countless dangers of blizzard and mud for at least 20 years, ever since I was 18. This marvelous painting is very appealing!

Hi Charlie, You're too much. Too many to choose from and look at. 'Dillon St', 'Junkyard', ' Field of Colors' ( what a sky) love it. I tend to like your 'local' paintings. You surely know how to handle paint. Watch out for that 'pink'. Best.

Hi Otis, I am a storyteller by nature. During lunch I would sit in the hallway and tell the HS students stories. These were HS students!!! Much appreciated comments.

This is a fun piece. What I dig about it as well is the story that you shared with us. Peace, O.

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