posted by william wray at 6:45 PM
Love how you handled the cloud.Very nice overall though.=s=
I'm digging the trailer and the clouds!
It's all good!Diamonds, Rubys, emralds & Agates! You are faceted!
Top trailer piece:Rusty, dry and hot. Nice.
I love this Bombay Beach series... It's always thrilling to see the little sparkles of surprising color in that drab urban scene...I'll try to make the group show... maybe this time I'll say hi... (you were swamped with people during the show in Santa Monica.
I really, really like this Bombay Beach painting! Pretty pastel colors in a not-so conventionally pretty scene, but a beautifully complex comp. The rounded-corner shapes are mixed in with the square-cornered ones in a way that reminds me of primal beasts hunkered down and who might shift their positions slightly if one looked away for a moment.
i like this bombay beach painting
I love the lonely building--it reminds of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Another trailer park great. Lov'n the horiontal rhythm in color and value. A pamper strewn parkscape transformed.
I never stop enjoying the way you use color, Bill. By the way, I wanted to comment on "On Nothing Art" on your rant blog, but couldn't. As one who struggles every day to achieve something worthy, I thank you for the statement.
William!Great job sneaking all of those colors into the trailers!-Dean
Ok, everybody said what I was thinking of saying. Love to see it in person. Mmm, I may be in Cal during the show...
Great stuff, Bill. You're on a roll!
Nice one ~again~ Bill! That pink really works. Nice drawing too...
Too bad you aren't also a food painter. I'd ask you how you do with macarons.
Whoah! Was that satellite dish, a little eye-stopper, on the originally posted version and I have been being inattentive or...?
Shane, galv, Jeb, Bill, Sherm-- thanks so much.
MF hope to see you talk to me this time.
vicki one day you will write a forward for me in something.
Jim ,BD, wk and Ralph. My bros!
thanks Ralph, don't know why you can't comment there.
dean they were there, I swear it.
Bill don and PE-- Thanks!
PC Food painter!? sheesh!
v this is the original post- Interesting you mention that, I did paint out a big element in this painting after I had it shot and had to have it re- shot. Less is more
I enjoy the Bombay Beach series. Our family has a home about ten miles north of Bombay Beach and your work nicely depicts the stark, quiet landscape of the Salton Sea. Nice work.
Andrew, I'm going to be doping some filming around there contact me if you have any suggestions.
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