Great artists have always enjoyed painting floral themes, whether capturing fields of wildflowers, exquisite blooms in vases or simply the perfection of a single fallen petal. Fruits in bowls also frequently appeal to the painterly eye.
Then there are vegetables, the supposedly less-exciting garden inhabitants: sometimes supple, often juicy, of all colors and shapes.I think it is the bright bold colors that keep me paintng vegetables again and again.
Artists who bring vegetables to the canvas seem just as appreciative of beauty — yet with an added sense of pragmatism, since vegetables not only look aesthetically pleasing, but they are wonderful to eat cooked or raw.
Delilah Smith , Michigan, USA
About This Painting:
Aspargus No 4
watercolor on 140 lb cold pressed watercolor paper
Size: 9 in X 12 in (22.9 cm X 30.5 cm)
Price: $100 USD
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