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Tuesday, 12 October 2010

1362 Nice to Meet You SOLD

8" x 10" oil on canvas panel

A lovely orange pepper with his plum companions having a get together.

13 comments:

Carol Blackburn said...

Lovely display of affection......they appear to be plum crazy for Dr. Pepper there.

Millie said...

Those plums look so real, juicy and yummy! Great job, Diana!

Dana Cooper said...

This is a really lovely piece Diana, I love the orange color reflecting in the plum on the right...bravo!

Vicky said...

I don't think I've seen many of these paintings from you but I LOVE this one!! I love the lavender/blue on the plums. They look so real!

Cheri Wollenberg said...

I've been away for a while and I have missed a lot. Lovely work, Diana.

suzanneberry said...

Beautiful job, I love the feel of this.

SYLVIANE said...

I love especially your plums, so vivid, and your title!

sam said...

That is beautiful Diana, those plums look fantastic. I love the way you have handled the background.

Carol Horzempa said...

I haven't seen your work for a while and really glad I dropped by. I love all your work and especially your last few still life paintings. The touch of blue on the plums is especially nice. They look so real...makes me want to pick one up and eat it!

Kerri Settle said...

I love paintings of plums because of the fuzz, and I love that you captured that.

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Diana, I don't believe I have ever seen someone who has made such a change in their painting from taking one online course! This is stunning, the glow is beautiful and the more realistic style is, in my view, the requested style of today. I am so impressed with this as well as the apples and pears proceeding. Bravo!

Gwen Bell said...

Love the orange and purple palette. Wonderful lighting and reflections! The frosted skin on the plums is perfect (and, oh, so difficult). Your still lives get better and better with each one.

Lisa Daria said...

Wow, what perfect plums and the combination of the color of plums and that pepper, is really striking -

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