Tuesday, January 05, 2010

"Choosing China" & "Halved to Make a Pear" - SOLD

Something important came up yesterday and I wasn't able to post, so I am double posting today. I am particularly pleased with the titles this time. This one below is "Halved to Make a Pear." I thought'of 'em all by myself. : ) The photos aren't great ... not sure what I did wrong but I'll repost them later.

6 comments:

Cynthia said...

mmmm two in one post...I am a pear freak....love to paint pears, eat pears,,,I´d have to say a pear is my favorite fruit and you have done them proud....like them both.

DSM said...

I like clever titles and I like to letter them as borders on some of my paintings.

Re: 'Pears'. I did 2 paintings. Each had a pair of birds and a pair of pears in the composition and each was titled "PAIRS." On the second painting I included a pair of collage elements of the Eiffel tower and was frequently asked the cost of the painting called "PARIS."

I'm glad YOUR pears didn't leap to their deaths and make new appearances here. 'Choosing China' has a nice range of values...

Mary Bullock said...

Always glad to see your dots back again. :-)

LSaeta said...

You are incredible. You miss a day of posting so you post two the next day! Wow. I need to head to my studio.
Pears are one of my favorite subjects and I a chuckling at the titles. I can imagine the grin on your face when you came up with them!

Leigh Sparks said...

Carol, You do come up with the best titles! You could write a book on that. I just organized an exhibit for 150 local Santa Barbara artists painting for the environment. I titled my barn painting "Open Door policy" Info on my blog!

leo said...

pear pie?
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