Dylan drew "Train Track" in the early morning, inspired by being kept awake by trains all night. According to Green, Dylan's affinity to trains stem from his childhood in Minnesota.
According to Green, gallery visitors need not necessarily be interested in what Dylan's known for to admire his work. Dylan's art has a resonance, and the vibrancy of his paintings increase throughout the collection, especially with color. Green notes a "creative explosion that continues to evolve." For instance, the change in the color scheme of the train track from orange to a blood-red sky creates a completely different atmosphere within the painting.
(Copyright Ã‚Â© 2007 Bob Dylan, via Halcyon gallery)