Monday, June 30, 2014

$1 AUCTION – STREAM, PLEIN AIR FIELD STUDY, 5x7 OIL ON MASONITE by TOM BROWN

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Tom Brown

Sunday, June 29, 2014

$1 AUCTION – CLOUDS, PASTORAL LANDSCDAPE, 6x4 OIL ON MASONITE by TOM BROWN

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Some cloud formations can literally take your breath away. This was one of those times, and that's the feeling I wanted to capture in this painting. I hope you enjoy it.

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Tom Brown

Saturday, June 28, 2014

$1 AUCTION – BARN WINDOW, 8x6 OIL ON MASONITE by TOM BROWN

"THE COLLECTION"
8x6 INCH OIL PAINTING ON MASONITE PANEL
by TOM BROWN
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I was interested in two things in this composition. One was the collection of things that had been accumulated on the window ledge. And the other was the deeply textured wood that had been aged by the elements. When I lived in the rural Midwest I often sketched and painted decaying barns like this on the surrounding farms. They always seemed to have many rich stories to tell through the traces left behind by those who used them.

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Tom Brown

Friday, June 27, 2014

$1 AUCTION – RESTFUL PLEIN AIR LANDSCAPE, 8x10 OIL ON CANVAS by Tom Brown

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The soft colors are what caught my eye when I arrived here. A quiet, restful feeling was in the air. And that’s the feeling I wanted to capture in this painting. I hope it brings you a moment’s respite from the hectic pace of everyday life. If so, I’ve achieved my goal with this one.

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Tom Brown

Thursday, June 26, 2014

$1 AUCTION – OUTDOOR CAFÉ, FIGURATIVE URBAN, 5x7 OIL ON MASONITE by Tom Brown

OUTDOOR CAFÉ
5x7 INCH OIL PAINTING ON MASONITE

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Tom Brown

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

$1 AUCTION – FARM TRACTOR IN MUDDY FIELD, 5x7 OIL ON MASONITE by Tom Brown

“THE GOOD LIFE”
5x7 INCH OIL PAINTING ON MASONITE

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I think the deliberately ironic title says it all.

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Tom Brown