Yesterday I did my annual homage to the truck at Haley Farm at the end of Hopper Road in Williamstown, MA. It's a very popular truck even though it's been standing at the same spot for 25 years. Maybe that's why. Also maybe because it kind of stands out.
Often you may read about the dos and don'ts of selecting a good vantage point to paint something. Since this truck is parked in a cow pasture, my selection criteria was simple: find the driest spot. The painting is a 12x16 oil on panel.