Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Crisp, sour, sweet - SOLD

We've had a snow storm all day today. Now, it's not like that's unheard of around here, but we had a day last week that was 15˚c (59˚F), so my mind was kind of headed in that direction ; ) Oh well. Spring always comes. 
So this was a fun set-up. All odd pieces of fruit I found in the kitchen. They came together in a nice fashion though.
6" x 6" / oil on archival panel / $100 (includes free shipping)




10 comments:

Sheila said...

How cool is this! It has a wonderful retro 60's feel to it.

Kathy Cousart said...

I like the set up and the simple balance. Great colors- shadows are fun:) Stay warm!

Cathleen Rehfeld said...

this composition is a really cool idea!

Janet Bludau Fine Art said...

Great Composition on this one.
I really like your Hands on Tokyo piece also.
A friend I paint with once a week is starting up a small business that sounds a bit like your Eat Drink Paint Group. I will have to make sure she checks out your blog.
One more thing: We had cold driving rain yesterday in So. Ca - not quite the same I realize, but big for us...

suzanneberry said...

LOVE the composition and palette! beautiful!

Virginia Floyd said...

Really great, Kim! Love the position of the fruit, and then the way the shadows repeat the pattern, but at an angle. Lovely color palette, too.

Barbara Pearn said...

I love the colours and the highlight on the pear. It's perfect.

victoria eugenia said...

MAGNIFICAS PINTURAS!!!!! Salaudos.

Jerry Stocks said...

So simple yet so perfectly painted.

Barbara M. said...

Hi Kim,

I like the abstract play of light and colour in this. Wonderful.

XOBarbara