Saturday, April 16, 2016

RURAL MAILBOX WITH BULLET HOLES by TOM BROWN

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In rural Kentucky where I spent my teen years this was a common sight. Mailboxes along the roadside were often stuck in rusting milk cans engulfed by weeds. Bullet holes that were the result of target practice from passing cars were also a familiar sight. I did this painting from old sketches that I had made when I lived there years ago and recently came across again after all this time.
Questions? Email me at tombrownstudio@cox.net

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