Three is a Crowd- Original Watercolor Sketch
Paul and I went to Lyndon B. Johnson’s estate in Texas. We had to stop and wait, while several Herefords crossed the street. After a tour of the house I waited outside to get out of the air conditioning some young steers wandered up to a watering hole. Imagine what they are saying. The two Herefords on the left are talking about something and the third on the right is listening in. It didn’t seem to bother them at all that I took their picture.
This was a sketch for the original “Happy Hour”. However , I added a grid to the sketch added some exciting design factors to the painting. I happened to paint this on what must be some un-sized 300lb watercolor paper that really made it difficult. However the glazes in the browns are amazingly colorful and glowing within their brown coats.
Matted in double off-white rag mat with a simple gold wood frame.