Saturday, June 16, 2012

More Gas Pumps

Corner Station, 36 x 48

Hello friends. Outside work and painting larger of late have kept me away from blogging much over the last few months, but today I do have a new piece to share. It will look familiar to many who have visited this blog before, as I was commissioned to do a larger version of a piece I painted in early 2011 called Corner Station. The new piece, above, measures 36" x 48" and is hanging in the lobby of the new north Austin branch of Horizon Bank near Oak Knoll and U.S. 183. Not much different than the first, though considerably larger and, therefore, a bit more detailed. The first studio version and an earlier plein air study are shown below.

Corner Station, 24 x 30

Corner Station, 8 x 10 plein air study


mary maxam said...

Wonderful- love seeing them both!

martinealison said...

Une nouvelle magnifique peinture... Une superbe reprise avec un peu plus d'"affinage"...
Vous êtes un excellent créateur de lumière!
Gros bisous.

Laurel Daniel said...

STEPHEN!!!!! Great to see you back in the blog world!!! I've missed you and am glad to see you've been painting. Congratulations on this commission. Fabulous!

Denise Rose said...

I love seeing this Stephen! I just recently started painting larger paintings from my plein air studies and it is so rewarding really. I always knew I would get to that point, but for some reason, was a little afraid at first. It is fun though! And I love all of your versions of this painting!