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Cries of joy when i saw this can at a bazzar. The oil can comes from the era of steam locos. I love its long spout….‘fit for purpose’ Its surface has been ‘polished’ by use!! it is so warmA3..acryclic, oil pastel, graphite
Love the minimalist composition, the range of reds and the fluid line, all come together wonderfully. Just perfect, so much from so little.
Oh Shylie,I love this so much,i think we should go market shopping,it is my fave pastime… well done ;-) X
I agree, we should go shopping! How delightful..this says so much in it’s simplicity and bold red. I love this!
a beautiful object portrayed so well
in love with it/…i knew it was yours but i thought it was a skater when i saw the thumb nail
hmmm on second thoughts,I can see us diving for the same oldwares saying “i saw it first,it’s mine…no it’s mine”lol.you would have a feid day at my house shylie,I have been collecting old inteesting things since I was 14….
yes i think my need to collecting was due to that my family ‘lived’ on the beach a we loved fosinicking!! all get fun eh!! i am glad you have fun too…bye for now Shylie
– Shylie Edwards
I reckon there’s a genie inside
eeeeek i dont trust genies….they always want me to have a wish or 3!!bye for now!!
Looks very great!
I think John is right…I reckon there’s a genie inside! I would have been pleased with this find myself. Great colours!Sx
oooh a genie…i hope i can have one or three wishes!! bye for now!!
oils aint oils but vintage oil cans are always special…as is this brilliant representation of one…. :)
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