Still Life with Gerbera Daisies

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still life is almost like a fiesta, it is bright colorful, sassy, hot and spicy.  Though some of the neutral colors and the blues may be a little calming the reds are exciting and the lines throughout the Gerbera Daisy plant excitedly dance, the same is true with […]

Still Life with Hydrangeas

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painting arrangement of flowers, apples, mangos, bananas, tomatoes  and peppers is a painting that makes me happy when I look at it.  It’s direct and fresh and for me it projects a sense of joy!

Tomatoes, Onion, and Garlic

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Onions and Garlic were groceries I purchased like so many from the produce department, or farmer’s market and arranged on the tablecloth or near a window like so many other food items.  I told my youngest son not to touch them; they were not to be consumed until they […]