Category Archives: apples

One Held Captive

One Held Captive, Original Oil Painting, 12 x 12 inches

One Held Captive, Original Oil Painting, 12 x 12 inches


My dear friend, Wayne, delights in gifting me vegies and fruits from the ever-fantastic, Santa Monica Farmer’s Market. So Wednesday’s gift: a sack of green apples and not the typical Granny Smith variety, but rather – Glen Seedling apples. And what else to do but team them up with my beautiful red crystal bowls and paint before eating (the apples that is) !

This rather large captivating painting will insist on attention and be a focal point in any room: 12 x 12 inches, painted on a smooth Gessobord panel.   Much to my astonishment: completed in one day.    CLICK HERE for purchase and pricing information.

Make Mine Red


Red Plate and Apples, Original Oil Painting
5 x 7 inches

Grabbed some time to paint today….  I used cold wax as a medium ingredient to mix with my oils.  Cold wax medium yields a lovely, soft, matte finish when dry.  CLICK HERE  for purchase and pricing information.

When in Rome Apples

When in Rome Apples, Original Oil Painting, Linen Canvas board, 6 x 6

Yesterday’s painting and ah yes – I’m guilty of painting apples again.  But what else are you going to do on a rainy rainy rainy day in the Bu?  Paint Apples, make enchiladas, and celebrate another day of living!

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