Thursday, July 19, 2012

Napolean Slice

A Napolean slice. Enjoy with beverage of choice.
oil on canvas / 6"x6" / $100 (includes free shipping worldwide)

8 comments:

Crystal Cook said...

Why must you post such beautiful paintings that make me soooo hungry??? This is beautiful Kim. I love that pattern on the top, you nailed it. :)

Sandra said...

In the thumbnail of my side bar I thought this was a photo!
Humph! Now my mouth is watering!
I'm off to put on a few pounds!

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

You have painted the one thing I cannot resist.... and you have painted it so well that I am going to have to fight with my car to drive by the bakery on my way to the studio today.....

Page Railsback said...

Love this..and also the chelsey bun...fun painting..well done

martinealison said...

Et voilà ! Je vais reprendre encore quelques centimètres de tour de hanches en admirant ce merveilleux "mille feuilles" que vous nommez "a Napoleon slice"! Amusant!
Le fondant est admirablement bien peint ainsi que les différentes feuilles de la pâte feuilletée. Hum un véritable régal de yeux...

Gros bisous et un grand merci pour vos gentils commentaires.
Je risque parfois de m'absenter durant cette période estivale. Je dois partir pour mes diverses expositions dans le sud de la France... Mais je serai présente régulièrement dès la mi-septembre.

Kim Rempel said...

Martine, I much prefer the name: milles feuilles! So poetic. They are called that in some shops here as well, but at this bakery they were called Napoleans.

Martine's translation:
And voila! I'll take a few inches from my hips, admiring the wonderful "thousand leaves" you call "a Napoleon slice"! Fun!
The flux is beautifully painted and the different sheets of puff pastry. Hum a feast for eyes ...

Big hugs and thank you for your nice comments.
I can sometimes take time off during this summer period. I have to leave for my various exhibitions in the south of France ... But I will be regularly present in mid-September

Kim Rempel said...

Martine, I much prefer the name: milles feuilles! So poetic. They are called that in some shops here as well, but at this bakery they were called Napoleans.

Martine's translation:
And voila! I'll take a few inches from my hips, admiring the wonderful "thousand leaves" you call "a Napoleon slice"! Fun!
The flux is beautifully painted and the different sheets of puff pastry. Hum a feast for eyes ...

Big hugs and thank you for your nice comments.
I can sometimes take time off during this summer period. I have to leave for my various exhibitions in the south of France ... But I will be regularly present in mid-September

Taylor said...

Looks so delicious :)