Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Carson City, Nevada


This is an early evening nocturne of a Chevron Station in Carson City, Nevada.

6 comments:

Peter Kalill said...

Hi Bill,
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your work is great. I can't belive you have been painting for such a short time. Very strong stuff.
Peter

Judy Mackey said...

Hi Bill, are you a palette knife artist too? I like your your work and will have to give you google map/painting challenge a try.
Thanks for thinking it up! Great idea!
Cheers,
Judy

Bill Guffey said...

Hi Peter. Thanks for commenting here. That was a great article on you guys in American Art Collector. I checked out the Addison Art Gallery website also. Really like the Rocky Shore and Monhegan Fish Shacks paintings.

Bill Guffey said...

Hi Judy. I recently started painting with the knife more. I feel it frees me up to be more bold with less detail. Look forward to having you join in on a Virtual Paintout!

Kim VanDerhoek said...

I've said it before, I love urban scenes, especially when they are a bit gritty like this one. The subject and as well as the unexpected pink in the sky reminds me of William Wray's work. Well done!

Bill Guffey said...

Thanks Kim. I think the sky turned out well.