Trainspotting by Jo O'Brien-Welch

Trainspotting

Jo O
Oil on canvas
40 x 50cm
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49 comments
beautiful painting!
over 4 years ago
I love this Jo! such a great painting. It reminds me of my kids, the train ran near my mother's house and they would run down when they heard it coming. They and their cousin used to put coins on the tracks so that the train would flatten them. Oh the joys of childhood! Regards, Netta
over 4 years
Apart from this painting being so well painted, it has so much to tell also and it captures so much, you could read it as the child that accomplishes, the child the tries so hard and the child that stays safe. Basically it means something different to everyone and thats what its all about!! I love it.
over 4 years
Amazing work! Wonderful scene!
over 4 years
perfect
over 3 years
Absolutely LOVE this image! it has a lovely Norman Rockwell feel to it,and we've all done this haven't we ?
over 3 years
what an amazing talent..
over 3 years
Love this! Beautiful story telling, without seeing the faces..Something I'm working on with "Tykes on trikes."
Amazing use of composition and color pallet here. I feel the excitement of the moment!
Vicki
over 3 years
Brilliant work! Olwen ...
over 3 years
This is so practical...exceedingly well done
over 3 years
Adorable! excellent!
over 3 years
fantastic so lovely of the little blokes up to wagging school and mischive
over 2 years
Your subject and carry out reminds me of the great Artist Norman Rockwell. Lovely detail, color and composition. Laurel
over 1 year
Great work. Love the subject and the skill.
over 1 year
lovely piece, full of adventure and fun!
8 months
Outstanding painting, terrific composition, and wonderful story telling. You are a superb realist painter. Obviously while self taught you have incredible talent. I was self taught also and didn't take lessons until I was 65. I read everything I can on composition, color and pastel techniques. They are a wonderful medium.
7 months
Very real, so beautiful!
3 months
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Artist Statement
for Jo O'Brien-Welch
Jo OI am a self taught artist. I began painting in May 2006 with my first painting, Summer of '66, which is shown on this site. And now, 6 years on, I have completed many paintings, from birds, portraits, to old shops, and an old toy truck, and have enjoyed the journey. And now I just recently have begun to experiment with pastels. I put my heart and soul into every painting that I do, and I think that is evident in my work. Although most of my painting are quite realistic, I have tried to add a painterly aspect to them too.

I have a Facebook page, Jo O'Brien Welch fineart , where I also share my art new and progress photos of my paintings.

I love reading all the wonderful comment left on my paintings. Genuine feedback, good or bad, is...
Is it really so hard to give substance in an abstract or it is just because is my first try? Any comments and suggestions much appreciated. Thanks so much!
Hi Christina, if this is a first abstract, i think you have done really well here, such vibrant energy going on, and I don,t think there is any rules to... view answer
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