It's Springtime in Idaho. Sorry, not a ford.
Richard I have enjoyed any painting you have shown us.
Richard thank you for all the great pictures,but you need to "Go get the horses and it will move fine and save on gas".
Thanks guys. I sure enjoy all of the old photo's you guys dig up. Makes me want to paint more. It is hard working in color without destroying the charm the black and white pictures have.
I'm allergic to horses so I'll just have to push.
Richard I have been looking for pictures that might inspire a painting.
Thanks Herb. So many of the pictures you have posted would make great paintings. I go back to them from time to time enjoying them and thinking what colors I would use here and there. The people and the settings of that time have a certain magic. I'm so glad you and Jay and the others have been able to find and share these with the rest of us.
Richard, your work is very good and always a joy to see. Thanks for sharing.
I recently found a serialized "collector" plate of an Improved Ford. It appears to be a fairly accurate depiction save for the rumble seat and missing top. I am looking forward to presenting this collectible on the next Antique Roadhouse. W
Here is a painting of my T collecting fire wood in Australia
did you do that Gary? It is very good.
No – the painting is done by a professional artist. Almar Zaadstra of Casterton Victoria, Australia.