Sunday, September 11, 2011

Market grapes - SOLD

So named because that's how my kids differentiate local grapes from grocery store imports. These are the ones we buy now at the local fruit stands. There's always an enthusiastic call of "Market Grapes!" when they first see them. How are they different? Very small - and a sweet, tangy flavour..delicious!
Upcoming events: Friday will be the next plein air painting day at The Good Earth. Our theme is "The Noble Grape". It's going to be a great day!
Friday and Saturday I will be at the Fall Handmade Market being held at 13th Street Winery. You can find pictures of the winery and the different vendors by clicking the link. 13th Street Winery is not actually located on 13th Street ('cause they like to be tricky like that...lol). It is located at 1776 Fourth Ave., St. Catharines. Stop on by! All my daily paintings will be on sale for $75.

6"x6" / oil on archival panel / $100 (includes free shipping worldwide)

12 comments:

Kathy Cousart said...

Beautiful grapes! Wonderful values and variety all through out. Fabulous composition with the red plate and shadows that make the painting!

Sandra said...

My mouth is watering! These are just fantastic!!!

Karin Lynn said...

...May you sell many, many, paintings and have a sunshine day.

Julie Hill said...

Kim, wonderful piece today...the colors are just playing with each other. great.

Cathleen Rehfeld said...

This is beautiful!

Kim Blair said...

I can almost taste them!
Kim

Nancy Laliberte said...

YUUMY grapes, Kim! I love the brushwork, too. I could reach in and pluck a few from that pile...

Tammy Hext said...

wow - what a stunner-grapes are hard to paint, nicely done

Barbara M. said...

Love the market grapes. Great painting, fresh and lively.

XO Barbara

mary maxam said...

Juicy painting and juicy fruit! I love the shapes as well...this is perfect

Virginia Floyd said...

Really gorgeous! Love the different colors in the grapes. Lots of shadow and light. The grapes are beautiful on the red plate!

Irene Georgopoulou said...

Really beautiful!