Thursday, October 06, 2011

"One of Two." Noorderhaven, Groningen, Holland.

"One of Two" That's sounds a bit 'Star Trek' a like, (Seven of Nine)
But  I could title this painting just as well "The two brothers" cause
that's the name of this vessel. I'd reckon there must be an other vessel
like this somewhere around.

Anyhow a nice subject.
Been some hectic weeks last couple of weeks due to private circumstances
and my blog entrances are a bit erratic. I hope you bear with me on that,
because I think it will stay this way for a while.
But here the One of Two,

"Eén van twee." Noorderhaven. Groningen, Holland.
(One of Two.) Oil on panel. 24 x 30 cm.


Lampros Lampinos said...

nice capture , i don't like the colour of the boat... very dark for me

Annelotte Fellinger said...

Hey! when was this painted ? :) I bike past noorderhaven everyday after school/work. Hope everything is working out ok.

René PleinAir said...

Thanks you two.

Yes I can imagine that Lampros but it was precisely what caught my eye, the dark mysterious workforce.

Eeuhm, Wednesday late in the morning Ann.

Keith Tilley said...

That's an interesting collection of boats, from quite old to very new.

René PleinAir said...

Hey your right Keith, didn't noticed that!

Erik van Elven said...

Cool, Darth Vader would love this boat (I know, Star Wars not Star Trek, I know)

René PleinAir said...

Hahaha Erik, can you imagine that, Darth Vader on the helm?!

JCL said...

Mooi zo'n zwarte schip mooie sfeer in het werk

Jo Castillo said...

I love this one. The red and contrast catches my eye. Lovely.