Pencilpix blog) advice and added some distant "somethings" to the right side of the horizon line. I figure it's a stand of trees or maybe a jumble of rock - I'm not sure what it is but I do think it helps the painting.
I hope so as I varnished it and we went to Michael's and Hobby Lobby today to look for frames.
We bought two frames, one at each store, and we both like both of them equally! I joked and said that since the painting is varnished and not behind glass, we could easily exchange frames every 6 months so both of them could be used!
Not only did we find frames we liked, but both were on sale. Of course, both stores regularly have "sales" on their frames but Michael's sale was 60% off, plus, our son had given me a gift card for there so the one frame only cost me a dollar and 12 cents. Can't beat that!
I was also looking for some small (6") square frames but they didn't have any. Or at least Michael's didn't have any - I forgot to look at Hobby Lobby! Oh, well, guess that means another road trip!
In the meantime, I need a title for this and for the other cowboy (pastel on black shown below). While the other cowboy won't be framed, I did enough to it to get a decent scan so I can offer prints at FAA. I'll offer prints of both of these as soon as I can title them.
One of my BIL's suggested Campfire Thoughts for the cowboy on black and I've gotten quite a few suggestions for naming this painting but none really click. Any ideas out there?