8.000 x 8.000 inches
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Apples In The Sink
Painting - Oil On Panel
Doesn't everyone do this when you get home from the store? Rinsing apples in the sink in the low evening light of winter time Alaska really allowed the textures and reflections to bounce around the stainless steel sink in the most lovely way. I was hooked and ran for my brushes. I was captured by the shine from the fruit and the sink, the slick apple skins, the rough and woody stems, the bumps and imperfections, the multiple light sources, and the subtle sheen of water. The shadows were also quite severe which I always like as it helps to represent the hard and soft aspects of life and beauty.
Words I typically use to describe my oil paintings include: oil painter, alaska, timi johnson, panel, apples, fruit, kitchen, round, red, yellow, reflection, metal, sink, water, shiny, food, still life, warmth, orange, green, cafe, market, sweet, sugar, lumps, bumps, imperfections.
January 5th, 2013
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