Wednesday, March 25, 2015

On My Kitchen Counter 4

Cold and snowy winter days are hopefully over.
They kept me indoors setting up
fruit and veg still life possibilities for future paintings. 



Long winter days can drive one
bonkers and I sometimes resorted to playing with my food before preparing it.

With such colors,,, who could resist painting such beauties.
Too pretty to eat you say.  
That is the best part,,,eating the props.

I hope all of you are having a wonderful start to springtime.

Back to the drawing board.....

I am sharing this with Sweet Shot Tuesday

12 comments:

Studio at the Farm said...

Fantastic photos, Cynthia! I hope your winter is soon over!!!
Kathryn

Anneke said...

Beautiful pictures, awesome colors!

Tammie Lee said...

Yes, such lovely colors and foods! Fun that you create still lifes to paint. It is a time of year when we crave growth, warmth, butterflies and flowers!

Sharmon Davidson said...

Great shots, Cynnie; I can't wait to see the paintings that come from these!

Jane said...

Now we just need to SEE those drawings...but the photos are pretty :-)

Judy said...

Great photos, Cynthia! Looking forward to those paintings!

Linda R said...

Oh Yes.. These photos will be perfect for painting. They look wonderful.

Hugs~

Celia Blanco said...

Such bounty and great possibilities!I will surely check back, can't wait to see your paintings!

Evelyn S. said...

I've never seen artichokes that color! Wow! Would love to see your paintings some day.

Joan B said...

gorgeous. putting your blog on feedly. thanks for the note!

Carola Bartz said...

I often photograph them instead of painting because I'm not good at realistic painting. The figs look yummy, oh and the artichokes are wonderful! Just give me a delicious garlic sauce and I'll devour them bit by bit.

Becca said...

Oh lovely! Wow, figs right? I've never really seen one like that up close. How do you like to prepare them?

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