The Pink Barn - a watercolor
Okay, I made that name up, it was sold as a "Pink House Landscape Watercolor," but turns out it's a barn. I loved the silo, not the type I'm familiar with, but I don't know much about silos!
I got this watercolor from the online Goodwill shop (https://www.shopgoodwill.com) from Colorado. So, it shouldn't come as a surprise it's by a Colorado based artist, Donald G. Glasgow. He is quite well known for his pottery, decorated with his watercolors and then glazed.
First, my apologies for the terrible photos. I have not yet discovered a location to take pictures that don't reflect on the glass. The black square in the first and second photo is my phone!
Donald G. Glasgow also uses the signature Don Glasglow or D. Glasglow. He was an art teacher for many years, and while known for his pottery, "his first love has always been realistic, transparent watercolor." That quote is off the back of the adult coloring books he authored. NO! Not adult like "adult adult!" Adult in not easy for kids pictures to color!
I am not a collector of barn paintings, so no one get that idea please! In fact, I usually find them a bit to homey and country-cute. This one though, something about the pink, and that unusual silo. I thought it might be an actual place.
There's my camera again, the white case edge showing!