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4.57 / 5.00

Jul 12, 2009 | 10:45 AM EDT
Fine Art
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600 x 750 px
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A lone traveler enjoying the festive autumnal delights in rural Ohio.

Acrylic on canvas, 16" x 20", 2008.



Rated 5 / 5 stars



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Yes yes yes. Very nice. You can tell not only where the sun is, but where the road dips up ahead the trees on the left side light up again. Very nice use of colors and shading here. This is beautiful. I kind of feel like I'm actually here (Which is very strange for this type of art).

To the guy two under me: Just because cold is a lack of energy, it doesn't make it any less sensible. Pure darkness is equally blinding to pure light...etc. I do not believe that this is an example of naive art.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


I really enjoy all the paintings of roads and cars you've been doing, but this one in particular sticks out to me as being the most beautiful and serene. Like the reviewer below me said it reminds one of happier times and doesn't try to say too much. It also makes me want to take a road trip to Ohio :) Awesome job, I hope you continue to do more road art (I think that's what they're called) pieces in the future.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Naive Art

This is such a great example of Naive Art. It isn't trying to say much, it isn't...pushing you in anyway. It's something nice to look at that makes you think of a happier time and brings you back to it. I like it a lot, reminds me of road trips and listening to music with my feet on the dash. You evoked a nostalgic feel effortlessly, great job. Also, acrylic? It looks swell, I would have guess guache.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Truly beautiful!

I really loved the use of colors in this piece! I also liked how you kinda of left the road kind of dissapear. It left me to try and use my imagination to figure out where the lone driver was trying to go. I also really liked the stroke style you used. It really fit with the overall mood of the piece.