It took just a few minutes to do, rough and ready paintjob and the subject matter
spurned into life because a meteorite recently landed in Gloucestershire and it goes
on display tomorrow.
When I decided it was time to stop ... knowing it would not get any better by adding anything more
I knew exactly who it should live with, a mate at work who loves 'Life, The Universe and Everything'.
I messaged him and he likes it, agreed to look after it for me.
(no 149 in my log of works I've painted and passed on)
my choice of who I thought was the best person to give it to, to look after it for me, was a good one.
Initial reply from them said how much they liked the art, later I received another message detailing their
personal love of the subject matter and how I had captured it.
This is outrageously .... My own attachment to the piece.
I included a letter suggesting that I would like the piece to be returned to me
if ever it got boring for them to look at.
The reply I received indicated that I am unlikely to ever own it again.