Monday, February 1, 2010

Roman Recipe

Gardening is a pleasure on so many levels. First, the fun of growing the stuff (and these things smell lovely!) Then, after harvest, I get to paint them. Then we eat them. The Roma tomatoes and rosemary are from my garden, and someday I will grow the garlic too. The dish is a very old piece of Dresden china.

6" x 8" oil on linen panel

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Linda Hill said...

So tempting and inviting....down to the lovely dish.

dyanna said...

Your blog is really beautiful.I'm waiting for your new post.
Have a nice day.

Victor Errington said...

Hi Carol.
Garlic, no, but the painting of it, brilliant. Also the whole painting is wonderful. What Draughtmanship, so brilliant. Well done again Carol. All the best.