Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Parson's Porch


This piece was painted recently at the same location as the last post. When all cylinders are firing I really like try to keep it abstract for as long as possible and yet still be recognizable. Maybe, keeping it abstract is really keeping it real..?.

7 comments:

Bill Guffey said...

Wonderful Dan! I wish I could keep mine in the abstract to where you've got yours. Very nice.

By the way. Got the SK signature version of the Take It Easel. Love it. Soooo much better than the Beauport.

Pam Holnback said...

The light pulls me right in!

J Joy Nocifora said...

Wow! You have captured the light so well in this painting. Very striking!

Mick Carney said...

Your ability to discern then render the most subtle of value relationships is the key to the truth that emerges from your canvas. Lovely.

Dan Corey said...

Hey Bill, thank you. Yes just the height adjuster knobs on the newer take it easels are worth the price of admission. No more random scratches on the shoulder!

Thank you Pam

Thank you J Joy

Thank you Mick! I don't know how you do it but you make the discription of my painting better then the painting. Im gonna have the galleries call you when it comes to advertising quotes..

Logan Maxwell Hagege said...

I keep it real, because I'm keeping it real.

Dan Corey said...

Keep keeping on and most of all, keep on trucking!