Watercolor: Spooning Cuties (and an oil Painting by Tom Brown)

Spooning Cuties 4.4 x 6 Watercolor on Canson paper

Abandoned 6×8 Oil painting by Tom Brown
As soon as Tom Brown posted this painting on his blog, I grabbed it. It’s a 1929 gas station just outside Santa Barbara, California that was active till the early 1960’s. It was also the site where a Japanese submarine surfaced and shelled a nearby oil field in 1942. In 1981, The Postman Always Rings Twice was Filmed there. Historic notes aside, I love the building for it’s petite profile and architectural details, and I lived in SB for awhile in the early 1980’s so it’s full of memories for me.

2 Responses to Watercolor: Spooning Cuties (and an oil Painting by Tom Brown)

  1. Mary Sheehan Winn June 11, 2010 at 6:02 am #

    You’re work is versatile and you are very generous to share all these links. I Love Tom’s paintings. What a collection you have.

  2. A Brush with Color June 10, 2010 at 7:58 am #

    Love those two nestled together like that: beautiful! The gas station painting is wonderful, too!

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