a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Saturday, May 16, 2015

On The Side Of The Shed

that was his work shop is a lean to where Dad had his forge, his tractor, his band saw and his drill press.  Recycled scrap tin was added to the open side of the shed so the water would not affect his equipment.

When we moved here I decided the old advertisement on the tin needed to be covered so I began to paint a mural.  To the right of this stream is a mountain.  I think the entire piece has seen better days.

One of my projects this year will be to repaint this.  The paints will tell me.  I never know which direction they'll take.  I love working large and abstract so it will be a surprise for all.

15 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Pretty mural, I like the colors, especially the stream. Happy weekend!

Susan Anderson said...

Love the mural! I'll be interested to see what comes to you this time.

=)

Aqsa Manzoor said...

Waiting to see the finished version!
good luck with it!

TexWisGirl said...

i like the willow. :)

Mary Ann said...

I did not know you were so artistic!

Sandra said...

I love it so i say leave it and paint another one on another wall. fantastic is what it is. love that tree.

LindaG said...

I think it is still lovely; but it seems the paints are calling to you.
Have fun when you do it! God bless. ♥

Susan Kane said...

Always follow the paint--it does know what you should do.

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

Interesting. Creative outlets are blessings. It will be fun to see where it goes!

A Quiet Corner said...

A valuable project...:)JP

Saucy Kodz said...

This is really nice and I shall look forward to seeing what you do next. I am sure it will be interesting. Love that big ole tree. Have a great day.

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

I like your mural-can't wait to see what's next! I hope y'all are having a drier day than us..it's so miserably wet here.

Arkansas Patti said...

Ah you of many talents. Did not know you were an artist also. Will be interested to see what path your brushes take you.

Sandy said...

Nicely done! Can't wait to see your final piece.

Karen S. said...

I think it's beautiful. It's straight from the heart, sometimes things get a little blurry along our way, but still we move forward. Sometimes an inch at a time but forward just the same!

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