Saturday, March 27, 2010

Braeburn Apple


A little study in red, black, and yellow. I wanted to show how a single, humble piece of fruit can be a visual as well as a tasty treat. I always try to include the variety in the title. That's my small effort toward encouraging growers to keep the varieties going.

8" x 6" oil on linen panel

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9 comments:

Kay said...

Suddenly I smell apples......

Victor Errington said...

Hi Carol.
I could easily eat this Braeburn and enjoy it. They are my second favourites, Coxes are my first. They will be out soon so I will be able to actually eat one. This Apple is so real, it`s beautiful. Well done again Carol. all the best.
Vic.

DKSmall, artist said...

Love this!

barbarasthoughtoftheday said...

Wow. This looks great.

Beverly Gurganus said...

Another beautiful apple!

The apple definately catches my eye first, and I love how the folds of the clothe leads my eye throughout the rest of the painting.

I absolutely love your realistic style...your work encourages me to keep on keeping on.

Mona said...

very beautiful works!

SUSAN RODEN said...

Very nice Carol - and apples are one of my favorite subjects too!

Emily Cole said...

Gorgeous! I like the fabric the apple is resting on; it is interesting to look at but does not distract from the tasty focal point.

Marcia Miner said...

Very nice work. I like that you often incorporate things you find into your work.