J. Lee Painting (Storm)


This is my latest painting. Again, it’s acrylic on canvas, 24X24. It lends itself to surrealism, so if that’s the way you see that’s fine, but it was not my original intent, it just sort of worked out that way when I started in on the trees. Any comments, good or critical, are welcome.

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10 Responses to J. Lee Painting (Storm)

  1. Joe says:

    Very good but very ominous.

    And speaking of ominous storms you’d better not use the terms “expectant mother,” “born male,” and “born female” as these would offend the trannies. Now Jack, you know it’s only a matter of time before the Demoloonies in Sucramento classify this as hate speech. You’d better hope the state of Jefferson comes into existence before that happens.


  2. Joe says:

    Like I said before very good and I sincerely hope you remember all us little people when your art work makes you rich and famous…well…more rich and more famous…

    Maybe you can paint what Chico will look like when it becomes a sanctuary city for illegal aliens…it is already a sanctuary city for homeless as you well know….

    According to CBS Los Angeles, Senate Bill 54, written by Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon of Los Angeles, will come to the floor for it’s first public hearing today. While Democrat-controlled cities like Los Angeles, San
    Francisco and Sacramento are already considered sanctuary cities, SB54
    would enforce the same protections for illegal immigrants on more
    conservative California cities in the San Joaquin Valley and elsewhere.


    As if that weren’t enough, CBS points out that the bill will also consider providing taxpayer dollars to fund lawyers for illegal immigrants facing deportation.

    Will people realize the state of Jefferson is their only hope before it’s too late? Right now the answer seems absolutely not.

  3. Harold says:

    reminds me of the blow hard left ……..

  4. Harold says:

    Actually this is a interesting painting, the tree tops as clouds, the possible two animal heads (might be more) in the clouded tree tops, all quite interesting. Good Job, I would hang this in my residence and enjoy the setting you have created.

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