“ All I ask is that your image has 4 equal sides, and that it reflects the theme of bright.”Becky B.
Prescott Car Show #5
We are almost at the end of the month of bright squares. My friend Norah Colvin loves purple, so this two tone, two door 1955 Chevy is for her. There were not many purple cars at the Prescott Car Show last Saturday but this one is a beauty.
My husband’s dad let Vince “fix” his junk two door 1952 Chevy when he was in junior high school. Once he sanded the dashboard and painted it white. Vince had hoped to get the car when he was old enough to drive. One day zigzagging his bike up the steep hill to his house, he noticed something amiss with “his” car. As he got closer, he could see that the entire backend was smashed, pushed in clear to the back seat. What happened?
Someone had parked their car further up the hill without setting the emergency brake or putting it into gear. Vince’s dreams were dashed.
The next few pictures might have been from the most unusually decorated car at the show.
There were shiny bits. It looked like someone had sanded it down, and put a glossy coat on top. You will all remember the owner’s dog resting under the back bumper from blue day.
The owners of this final prize for the day spent only a little effort to shine it up. It was a true hippy van from the 60s. I gave it a tie dye background in Canva by removing the background and replacing it with another. This low rider was so low to the ground, when I removed the background it appeared to be floating in a zombie dream. I should have tilted it!
Only two more major colors at the car show to finish out a week of bright cars. Over the final days this month I want to take you on the amazing hiking trail we went on April 23. One couple said we were “adorable” because Vince had to hold my hand several times and help me up and down a slippery climb.