posted by william wray at 6:56 PM
Dear William, I really, really love this work!! Impressive. Cheers,Sadami
great skill on using gray color, well done!
William, these gray, these gray, are unmistakable and unique.Mark "Wray."Very good
The lighting effect is just awesome, and breaks up the background in a way that allows the scene to be specific without being burdened by detail. Bravo!
The light is imressive... no words...
You show a great sense of light and color ... and atmosphere!
A classic example of how to make the mundane breathtaking. Your light is wonderful!
This is really great Bill. I love your color palette. How big is this piece?
Totally atmospheric. great work.
oooh that reminds me, must get some Diesel in my Toyota. Totally inspirational, makes me want to go out and try to paint my neighbourhood so it looks as beautiful.
Ooooooh, yes, yes!
You sure have a wray with gray! ;) Impressive!
I like this, nice atmosphere.~Kirby
Frequent viewer, first-time blogger... William, this is great stuff. I love all your work, but every here and there you post a painting that knocks my socks off, and this is one of them. Keep up the great work my friend!
Some crazy colors in there . . . so controlled though . . . I hate you. :)
This just reaches out to the viewerYour a teasure of talent man.
this one is around 19x21 thanks for all your comments this one sat around without for awhile, finally re- did the sky...
I love how you used the traffic light lines/shadows to divide space in the composition. Great design.
très belle lumière dans cette toile !
ciao,I'd like open a window on my blog with your artworks; I am honored that you agree to become an author (I need your email address only). thanks. Marco.
Magnificent. Boy, this would make a perfect companion for the one we bought.
Hey Bob! yes the two paintings were painted about the same time a few blocks apart. I just took some time to adjust this one.
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