Monday, February 24, 2014

In the Station, Father and Daughter


IN THE STATION
(Father and Daughter)
6" x 8"
oil on canvas board

More painting from the train windows.  What is going on here?  Is it a father and daughter?  She looks like she might be guilty about something, head down in a gesture of humility.  What did she do?  He looks straight ahead, unforgiving.   Or is she just examining her new boots?

$150.00


1 comment:

William Ternay Jr said...

It is fun to be an "Artist Voyeur"
from wherever our fly-on-the-wall
vantage point finds us.
It's one of the things I so enjoy about sketching in public places.
(Not for the feint of heart) but I so often get found out by my subject.
Being on the train is a great (safe) way to go.
Love this series, Nancy.