Monday, March 5, 2012

Driftwood Station

Driftwood Station, 8 x 10

You may have seen this old gas station depicted in paint before, as it is a favorite subject of Plein Air Austin painters. This was my second attempt at this venue, which we revisited as a group several weeks ago. I haven't been able to paint as much so far this year as last, so I really enjoyed taking the time yesterday to touch this up before posting. 

11 comments:

wfparker said...

Good job, Stephen. I like it!

Laurel Daniel said...

Love, love, LOVE this, Stephen! Mmmm mmmm.

Randy Saffle said...

Love it. The color is sweet. Looks effortless in it's execution and I know it's not easy. More please!

Kay said...

good to see you again! Lovely painting..worth many more canvases.

Grace | labor posters said...

Nice painting Stephen! I love the logo on the building.

Julie Hill said...

As usual Stephen...so very well done...just love how you use the colors

Karen Bruson said...

Nice color palette and great job with the tree.

Kate Merriman said...

I could just walk right into this one, sweet!

julie davis said...

Stephen--miss you! I just named you for a blog award--more of a "you've been inspirational," on my blog. Go grab it when you have the time. xo

Wren said...

Love this. Very nostalgic and great colours.

Anne Jones said...

Live right down the road from the Driftwood station. This is a wonderful painting of a unique building.