Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Galveston Wharf Building 3 and 4







































Same building in Galveston as the previous post . . . this building
has different architectural elements and many windows, some of
which are arched and some a hybrid arch. Some areas of the facade
are pretty clean while others are dark, dirty and rusty. It's one subject
that can be cropped so many ways to look for different compositions,
colors and to play with scale. This old girl probably has a lot of
interesting stories to tell.

6 comments:

martinealison said...

Bonjour chère amie,

Je suis fascinée par les belles harmonie de couleurs de la façade de ce bâtiment. L'âme du passé est imprégné sur les murs...
Très joli travail.

Gros bisous ❀ ♡ ❀

ART-TRAVELLER said...

Nice painting with great details and wonderful colours !!!

Carol Flatt said...

Love the extended red blocks on the corner. They loved to dress up their "old girls," didn't they?!

hmuxo said...

I love all the colors you put into these buildings, Loraine!!! Nice work!!

Julie Ford Oliver said...

I love your mark making. The way you painted the windows in these two pieces I truly find especially appealing.

JANE MINTER said...

these are specially Lorraine ..love the first one esp.