Friday, October 1, 2010

Yin Yang#494























Donated vegetables, borrowed bowl.

When you hang out in other people's kitchens, do you wind up staring (longingly) at little still lifes they've set up and they don't even know it? Or is that just me?

I promise, I won't start bringing extra big pocketbooks around and loading them up with other people's vegetables and ceramics and then denying all accusations once they appear as still lifes here. . . but if I lick them, doesn't that make them mine?




9 comments:

  1. Beautiful palette and good composition! Your commentary is hilarious! I see still lifes everywhere - never thought of licking them ......... mmmmm does it work? :-)

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  2. Oh, this piece is positively luscious! LOVE it! And growing up, the licking trick worked every single time for my brother. I say go for it! ;)

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  3. Great piece lisa. I love the colour palette, the whole painting feels very rich. Beautiful!

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  4. Really like this one. Great color combination. I am with you on noticing great still life objects at friend's homes. I am not to timid to borrow.

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  5. This is just beautiful! The composition and colors - wow! You can borrow my bowl of fruit anytime.

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  6. There is nothing I don't love about this one. You are the best user of yellow! Eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables. And I have always thought that if I ever get a tattoo, it might be a yin & yang symbol.

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  7. Your colors are just terrific. Love the title. I too, think in paintings, every time I go to someone's house. I'm going to start bringing my camera and photographing when the mood strikes. So people may think I'm weird, they'll get over it:)

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  8. Having you been following me in other people's houses?
    Yes, I am always coveting little "props" I see!

    Love the eggplants.

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  9. I absolutely love the way you've captured the eggplant skin in this one.

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