posted by william wray at 8:06 PM
you rock! thank you for sharing.
That's so cool to see you paint a Norfolk Southern engine. Their main HQ is here in Norfolk which makes it great to go train hunting at night and photograph. And of course it is now one of my fav train paintings that you've done. Awesome!
I liked the series of locomotives, the colors of rust, you notice the weight of large machines ... from Monday to Friday job in a company, CAF, by train, and the topic interests me, just finished a locomotives of 130tm and three axles per bogie ... very great ... greetings!
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Awesome trains. I did one in watercolor in a Moleksine sketchbook. I thougth it was awesome. I might try it in oil.~Kirby
I was in Atlanta a week ago and ran over to this gallery. It is one of my favorites. Love your paintings and as always, the are amazing.
Great job on these, William!The second one looks especially powerful!Choo-choo!-Dean
Your paintings are beautiful. You have a wonderful and unique style, very refreshing to see your vision. I look forward to many more,Joan
These are kick ass William, just beautiful.
Very nice, Bill! Hope you had a successful run at Anne Irwin Gallery.
These are really something! I love the colours in the second one and, more generally, I greatly admire your style. It's like you're balancing between the painterly and the graphic, between brushstrokes and lines, between free expression and precision...Wonderful stuff!
Yum yum yum...trains by Wray! Dude, you do these so well it's not funny! Excellent stuff Bill
thanks everyone. One thing about sticking to one subject for a bit is it seems to free one to go for the balance of approach Caroline mentioned. the confidence give one the ability to experiment.
Hey William! Love the images of trains! I too am making the transition from animation to fine art. I've always been a bit obsessed about painting. And yes, animation has been a love/hate thing for me as well.Here's my blog:http://waynemillett.blogspot.com/Keep up the good work!Wayne
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