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Careful What'cha Offer..New Work NF


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Ok--life used to be a whole lot easier when all's I had to do was go to the store and buy a canvas---then paint

 

Soooo...Get this bright idea to offer something different in the cedar sandblasted sign biz---now most providers usually can offer your typical loon....muskoka chair....lighthouse...etc......generic type stuff

 

So BraveBrush here says---hey I can paint whatever ya want---just to offer something different...well then someone takes ya up on it

 

So a nice lady asked for.......Rolling hills....stone fence.......man walking behind plow.....chestnut/brown draught horse complete with harness and red collar....log barn complete with side door...

 

the lettering/horse and barn blasted nice---it did kinda turn out cool---but was a little more involved than say...a canoe :)

 

Of course I blurred their last name for here

 

So it was pretty much a painting---so ...here's a new work

 

recfarm 0041.jpg

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Thanks Bass Hunter Ottawa........It may be the case----and some of us aging brush jockeys are still kicking the can

 

But in this technological age....attention spans grow shorter---and we are a dying breed

 

Oh well--time moves on...not too many blacksmiths on every corner anymore either

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I really like that one Bushart.

 

My Dad grew up on a small farm in Saskatchewan in the 30's and they pulled the plow with a team of Clydesdales and as soon as I saw your painting I thought of him.

 

Used to know the name of his horses but darned if I can think of them now, but it seems to me one was Tess.

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I really like that one Bushart.

 

My Dad grew up on a small farm in Saskatchewan in the 30's and they pulled the plow with a team of Clydesdales and as soon as I saw your painting I thought of him.

 

Used to know the name of his horses but darned if I can think of them now, but it seems to me one was Tess.

Right on Lew

 

My uncle had one of these--was called "Claude"

 

When I was a kid-my cousin and I-- "hilled" a potatoe field with a horse

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