Wednesday, October 25, 2006

San Gregorio Farm, 6x8 inches, pastel

This painting was done in San Gregorio. I like the painterly spunkiness of it. I visited this small town as a young child to buy candy from a general goods store that also at the time carried saddles and grease for a tractor and cattle feed. They still have candy bars, and live music on Sundays, but no cast iron pots or spurs.

1 comment:

Mike Warner said...

I remember the big pair of levi jeans hanging from the back wall when it was the San Gergorio cash store. Nice to see all your artwork