Trestle

American Illustrator, Art, artist, Barry Comer, Barry Comer Artist, Dr. Ph. Martin's Radiant Concentrated Watercolor, Erection, Iron Works, ladder, Pen and Ink, Train Trestle, Trains, Urban Sketching

trestle

This is a train trestle within and without. It is a bit of realism attached to my creative hand, where embellishment of design gives me a snort. By itself, the trestle is an engineering marvel that is a photographer’s love-lust. It’s angular and sexy for an old body.

I hope I just gave it a new breath of life and dedicate this painting to my friend Kathy. She loves detail and hope I satisfy.

23 thoughts on “Trestle

  1. ::runs back:: Ugh, sorry about those typos. I couldn’t resist trying, though. The light here is really beautiful. It’s shimmering, as if you’ve managed to capture it moment by moment as the trains zoom overhead. Stop-action in inks. Those whispy curves add to the movement, and the strong defined lines give everything an anchor from which to fly. I’m always struggling with perspective; trying to do this would confuzzelate me beyond reason, so I’m once again in awe of your powers. Wow.
    Bravo!
    🙂

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