Please forgive me for painting yet another abandoned truck. I'm not sure what it is about the rusty, dilapidated state of vehicles in the state of being recovered by nature that I find so visually appealing. However I appear to not be the only one, I've done fairly well in sales of abandoned truck paintings, as well as abandoned cars and tractors.
I found this truck on the Erickson Ranch in Wallsburg, Utah during the Antique Power Show. The truck is a 1935 Chevy which is unusual. Even though Chevrolet outsold Ford for most of the 1930's relatively few Chevy's have survived. I painted this almost entirely with palette knives to lend it that highly textured, semi-abstract look which you can see better in the details below.
I painted this on a deep cradled panel and painted the sides black which means this painting can be hung without a frame, or even set on a shelf or table.