Saturday, October 21, 2006

Car Wash

SOLD

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thats an intersesting perpective? I like on the spot city scenes. Sometimes I wonder if an acheologist were to dig up one of these everyday scenes if they would say " wow, so that was what those cement bunkers were really used for?"

liz carney said...

hi leslie...found your work through reading william wray's comments. your comment about the tree made sense after i loked at the painting again. i enjoy your urban landscape paintings. the compositions are strong yet quirky (in a very good way). how much is the painting titled "chemical plant"?

thanks,
liz carney

Leslie Sealey said...

Hi Liz! Thank you for your very kind comments! "Chemical Plant" is $150.00 and it is 5x7", oil on masonite panel. If you would like to have that one, just send me an email (in my links section).

Shant, thank you too! I liked your take on the how the painting would help an archeologist figure out the purpose of a car wash! : )