Down The Track
Ive been checking your work. Very original style. Striking images ;) I particularly like the paintings "Moonshiner" and "Seagulls". The composition of that last one in particular.
This painting has a great angle making the track appear a landscape in and of itself - a powerful statement about past journeys and the future. A film camera angle that gives the track a significance in the otherwise stark landscape.
I also like the way you have avoided putting any birds into the sky. That brings a stillness that resonates with the theme of something already passed and gone.
The sign causes a physical distance between it and the lamp to be much more apparent, and that echos the idea of the past being distant, that the future will have events that cross and cause interraction. But the viewer is closer to the past (the lamp is larger than the sign) - can't let go perhaps?
So much possibility in an apparently simple subject matter. Well painted Don :)