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Rust Painting - Rusty Milk by Ken Powers

Rusty Milk is a painting by Ken Powers which was uploaded on November 9th, 2009.

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Nice piece! I like the subject.

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you LeAnne! This was a fun one!

My pleasure Ken.

Wow Ken that's great. Congratulations and my beat wishes for many more to come.

Ken Powers replied:

Thanks Susanne! I appreciate it!


Ken Powers replied:

Thanks Debra! I had fun with the rust on this one!

congrats to you Ken. Beautiful.

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you very much! This was a fun piece to paint!

Awesome work Ken...

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Barbara! Very nice of you to stop by and have a look!

congraulations Ken

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Pamela! This one was a lot of fun to paint!

i love the colors you use

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Patricia! Can you believe the dairy industry contacted me about this one and threatened to sue if I didn't change its name from "Got Rusty Milk?" to "Rusty Milk"? Funny stuff!

Beautiful watercolor work, Ken! Love it! Congrats on your sale:-D!

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you so much! Very nice of you to have a look!

You work excellent with your shadows and this medium. I really love your gallery!

Love the way you handle watercolor paint and love the way you treat this rusty milk can. Love it.

The blues and oranges play off each other so nicely. I really like the area where the paint is chipping as well - wonderful work. And great title!

You may have had some scanning blues (how do you like that pun!), but it looks as if it worked out for you. This is another beautiful painting, Ken - very beautifully executed. It looks like I could reach out and touch it!

Such a great painting, Ken. You've captured the age of this old can so very well. Some people take thses old cans & paint them up in a decorative fashion to add to their country decor. That's OK, but I like them best just as in this painting to age gracefully in their natural state.

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