Fresh Paint

'Winter' Oil on Canvas 12" x 16" Available


Ruth said...

That's a lot of snow then!

The rows of cars, trees and brick make a lovely composition and perspective.

John Ackerson said...

Hi there Ruth!

Yup, a lot of snow. Supposedly as far as the weatherman is concerned, we're in for very mild temps and maybe even rain Friday of this week. Should make for a nice big, melting, and even flooding mess if that happens. Guess we'll have to wait and see.

BTW, The big payloader was up at the house again today to open up our driveway! Crazy!

...and thanks for the art appreciation.

Ruth said...


Well I hope the melting snow finds somewhere to go that doesn't cause damage.

We're expecting warmer temps too. Spring always comes!

Shelley said...

Hello John, I drop by often and truly appreciate the composition and symmetry of your latest creation. I also enjoyed the reference to our New Brunswick weather - may I say NUTZ (spelled as one feels) in this crazy yo-yo of temperatures and weather patterns. Take care John.

John Ackerson said...

Hi Shelley! Quite the 'old-fashioned winter' if you want to call it that, huh? The ice age hath cometh' this year for sure!

Spent some time over the last couple of days chipping away at the ice around the garage door. Then I axed through until I had a couple of sluices for the forecast rain to drain away in, and now our driveway coming up the hill has some big, fresh ruts in it from the rain turning everything soupy for a day. Back to colder temps now, and must get more wood in the house today for the fires... March 1st today though...Spring soon!