Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Shadow Peppers


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They have some fabulous farmers markets here in Eugene, and I have been neglecting them for far too long, apparently. Jacob and I went to one recently for lack of something better to do, and I found a million and one things to paint. I narrowed it down to peppers and tomatoes. Here are some peppers.

9 comments:

Dita said...

Oh I so love this one...I am actually going to attempt something like this for my kitchen wall I think!

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Donna Weathers said...

Oh my god, Carol, I love this! gorgeous!

Pearson Report said...

What a stunning painting....I can almost taste the "hot and spice" peppers, and dare I imagine a cold beer in the glass!

Cheers, Jenny

Pearson Report said...

And...how wonderfully easy it was to leave a comment!
Thank you!

PS...this one doesn't need to be displayed - I just wanted you to know it's a treat not having to jump through the Word Verification hoop. (my eyes aren't that good anymore) :)

Virginia Floyd said...

I am in awe of the values in these peppers! When I look at this painting enlarged and close up, I can see all the different hues and value shifts. Amazing.

Barbara Pask said...

This is fabulous. Love the shadows and that curly pepper adds such an interesting element to this. Love it!

Amelia said...

Carol, that is just beautiful!

Stephanie Berry said...

GOOD ONE! What could be better than peppers-especially hot ones. Love it.

Verónica Guzmán said...

Me encantan tus cuadros y los colores tan vivos que utilizas.

Enhorabuena por tus trabajos :)