Friday, April 30, 2010

Small beauty, Propane Tanks in Limbo, tie-dye clothesline

Look at the brush and palette knife strokes below on this little beauty...and scroll down for more art and a bit of island "news"
That house near top of Horn Hill again. 6x8"oil painting by Frank Bruckmann©
Propane Tanks in Limbo (finished) 18x24" oil painting by Frank Bruckmann©
Intensely dyed tee shirts drying in the morning sun, just outside of the school house. These will be worn by all players (and scorekeepers) during the whole island kickball game, happening May 11th. The Monhegan School will host the event. Thor, get ready, we have thrown your name into the ring.

1 comment:

  1. Did anyone tie-dye Maya? Or does she have her own shirt?
    Those are some of my favorite paintings yet! The completed propane tanks painting is so rich in detail! The years of use leave such gorgeous colors and textures. Love it!
    I want to see that little study with my own eyes. So warm with buttery strokes. Makes me feel the soaked earth and soft sun. I could live very happily with that one!
    Looking forward to pics of the kickball game!