Thursday, February 16, 2006

Night Field

Another in a series of the baseball fields in Sierra Madre, right next to my house. To keep it fresh, this an angle from inside another field. My other versions were just in front of this foreground. I also tired and different color scheme and much thinner application on of paint. I think the underling theme is boarding on sentimentally, but I hope I can keep it interesting and a little moody, but beautiful without pandering or exactly repeating.0il on wood, about 16x20.


Blogger BoneDaddy said...

Wow, The reds in this one are so cool. Next to the bird one, I think this is my favorite so far. It's got a kind of looming feel to it.

2:10 PM  
Blogger Miles Thompson said...

very cool subject matter man - looking and liking!

5:23 PM  
Blogger Scarab’ee said...

i can feel a lot of sensations in your art...thanks for that.marvellous

6:02 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Splendid: greens and reds craving for light. Love your night subjects.

7:36 PM  
Blogger william wray said...

BG: I'm a loomer all right. I easily frighten old ladies coming out of elevators.

8:34 PM  
Blogger william wray said...

thaks Miles, how do iIpost on your blog? I'm getting cock blocked.

8:38 PM  
Blogger william wray said...

Your work is a nice Disney meets French cartoon thing. Thanks for stopping by.

8:41 PM  
Blogger william wray said...

Andrea, Greens Craving lLght is a good title, perhaps I'll steal that...

8:42 PM  
Blogger Urban Barbarian said...

Really, really nice Bill. Has a sort of Edvard Munch feel to it. Hauning.

9:33 PM  
Blogger william wray said...

Really? That's a scream.

10:09 PM  
Blogger Urban Barbarian said...

"hauning" was supposed to be: "haunting".

See how scared I got! Are you sure this wasn't a baseball field in Norway?

12:09 PM  
Blogger william wray said...

Yes, Norway California.

12:33 PM  
Blogger Bruno Werneck said...

really nice painting man!

10:38 AM  
Blogger Bruno Werneck said...

actually, let me add a few more things:

I just scrolled down your entire blog and your paintings are ALL really nice man! the figurative and the abstract ones... really nice stuff man. I'll bookmark your blog for sure. :)


10:44 AM  
Blogger Elliot Cowan said...

December 1985 was a very hot year in Australia.
The state of Victoria (where I'm from) was ravaged by massive bush fires.
The combination of long term drought and the bushfires caused a massive dust storm one early evening.
This picture reminds me of that day.

3:08 PM  
Blogger BoneDaddy said...

Ha! I scared schoolteachers in my day.

7:35 PM  
Blogger william wray said...

Thanks Bruno,
I need to trade you oil lessons for pixel ones. ;-)

11:39 AM  
Blogger william wray said...

Elliot, Hope I didn't tramatize you. ;-) Funny when I patinted it I didn't notice the flame effect.

11:41 AM  
Blogger Pat Pakula said...

hey mr. wray, love your stuff. i just started an oil painting class, maybe i could pick your brain sometime? cool if i link you?

1:11 PM  
Blogger william wray said...

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1:51 PM  
Blogger Elliot Cowan said...

I managed to contain myself.
It was mostly dust - no flames near my place.

8:35 PM  
Blogger william wray said...

Tank God!

8:44 PM  
Blogger aw said...

I love the intense light and color. This perspective really gives the feeling of being alone, watching from a distance.

12:42 AM  
Blogger william wray said...

I'm so alone. Hold me.

11:18 AM  
Blogger Desiree said...

WOW! IVE been looking for a picture that combines exactly these colors in that order for almost 2 years now, becuase I never managed to get the colors right and blend them the way you did. YOUR A GENIUS!!! Thanks For Posting:)

4:52 AM  
Blogger william wray said...

Desiree, I'm glad I could help. thanks for you nce comment, sorry it took me so long to notce.

9:42 PM  

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