posted by william wray at 5:56 PM
I love the rat's-eye perspective. Looking beyond the alley becomes one of those hazy dreams.
A grand vertical comp., and I love the rendering on the fire escape, and finally, the light blast.
Stunning William, really stunning! which rule did you break?
A..freakin..mazing! I love the abstract windows? in the light area beyond the left and right buildings. A nice little detail to keep my eye moving through this one.What was the broken rule in this one?
real nice one Bill. Beautiful atmosphere/light
WOW....very nice William. What is it about alleys that make them so fascinating?
this looks so mean,i love it!got your book today Bill,it is fffing brilliant,so dirty,so beautiful,thank you so much for putting it together
Beautiful. I'm with Stef. Which rule did you break, exactly?
this is so gorgeous. it really is. It must be even more striking in person!
Excellent urban piece.. a reminder of what I'll be seeing a lot of next month. Keep breaking the rules.. their's and yours.
Great piece Bill--the rules are only there for breaking.
Maybe you should revamp your rule set Bill?? This piece is really strong to my eye... love the grungy feel you've caught with such simplicity.Mike
If you do prints, and you do a print of that, that is a print I would want to buy. Gorgeous.
The minimalism is so effective here Bill... Really nice!
Very, very nice.
sweet piece! I think the tall skinny ones are my fav. Congrats on the Sparrow publication, i love the cover choice. I found out about it on Ashley Wood's site.-simon
simply elegant, and elegantly simple. absolutely stunning.
As usual your paintings are amazing and beautiful to look at. I love the quality of the brush strokes and colors make your pieces so full of life. Crazy stuff. lol-Biv
Fantastic!the atmosphere is really there.I can feel that light!
thanks BG glad it hits like that for you.
stef: 3 vertical shapes, all about the same size.
this is so nice. I like fire escapes.
Vander, Fire escapes, but close enough!
Pure? 5 blogs with nothing on them?
Jar-- It's a great place to pee?
Very striking piece of work! The colors work so well together from building to building.
unheimlich gut,ist einfach gut.Ich muss wieder und wieder anschauen .
Nice, so much depth in this one.
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