Sunday, January 19, 2014

More from the produce counter

Swiss Chard, watercolor 38 x 28 cm
When my husband saw me taking a bunch of Swiss chard at the store, he said "You are buying this to paint it, aren't you?" Yes, he guessed right. I had to complete the series of interesting edible leaves. As a bonus we did end up with a tasty soup.

Pineapple, watercolor 38 x 28 cm
And now everybody knows what's for desert tonight...

11 comments:

Sadami said...

Ooohh, Blaga, your work is so beautiful. (*In Australian English, an adjective "beautiful" means delicious in context of meals, do ye kne?) I'd like to be your guest.
Best wishes, Sadami

Mercedes Ares said...

Hola Blaga: Las dos acuarelas son hermosas, me encanta la realidad de las hojas de remolacha. Buenísimas!!!!!! Saludos.

Jane said...

A very healthy dinner and two very good works ! really love the pineapple .

Catharina Engberg said...

Love this Pineapple!! Lovely soft textures. And I hope the soup tasted as good as they look ;)

Floriana Quaini said...

Ciao Blaga,
molto belli tutti e due!
Vedo che anche tu lavori su vari generi e credo sia una gran bella cosa!!!
Ciao, abbracci, Floriana

Rita Vaselli said...

Beautiful still life art and good food...What else,dear Blaga!!!
Have nice days and happy painting!!!

JANE MINTER said...

pineapple is great blaga .

Tito said...

Wonderful still life, the colors of the first are perfect but my preference goes to the pineapple. Ciao Blaga.

Blaga said...

Thank you, Sadami! So, in Australian you'd say "beautiful pasta" Good to know these flavours of the language :)

Thank you, Mercedes! I wasn't that Swiss Chard and Beets are related, but learned that since.

Thank you, Jane! I really enjoyed doing the pineapple!

Thank you, Catharina! It was fun painting the pineapple and keeping it loose in spite of the geometric pattern of its texture

Thank you, Floriana! I find that I cannot stay on one subject for a long time. I feel the need to switch. I can't help it. Maybe its good, in terms of skills development.

Thank you, Rita! always good when things have multiple functions - models and food :)

Thank you, Jane!

Thank you, Tito! Everybody leans towards the pineapple - apparently it wins :)

Sonia Aguiar said...

Hola Blaga, son dos temas acuarelísticos muy bien realizados, con un acertado uso del color. Te felicito!
Un abrazo :)

http://carolking.wordpress.com said...

your swiss chard and pineapple are both delectable and beautiful.