Sunday, April 25, 2010

Cake and Cool Whip SOLD



Today is dedicated to marathon painting. I made this vanilla cake yesterday and think that it is pretty enough to be painted! I am still interested in painting my tulips and will tackle a larger painting today.
After looking at this again I think I should have named it flying cool whip. It looks as though the cool whip is taking off or fluttering its wings!!

13 comments:

r garriott said...

Ohhh, you're making me drool! As good as I'm sure the cake tasted, this painting is way tastier! YUMMMM!

Thanks for your kind comment on my work. It is much appreciated. And I love your work so much, I've added you to my blog roll (hope that's alright with you).

Polly Jones said...

I love this, how you have evoked so much with such economy!

Cathyann said...

Yummy, Linda...isn't it fun to paint food? Very good!

Gary Keimig said...

nice painterly style. Looked through your blog. Some great paintings there.

mary maxam said...

Oh, wow the way the paint is used really heightens what we know about the subject...really effective

Janice said...

lovely!! Cake is on the menu for me too!

Sandra Galda said...

delicious color and topic!

Pam Holnback said...

Great painting, great composition, great color.

Lisa Daria said...

I like the interpretation of the pattern on the plate and this muted color palette, it works really well, and I'm not being influenced by one of my favorite things other than M&M's, COOL WHIP - glad someone else likes it too, my friends make fun of me - I think they don't know what they are missing!!!

Gwen Bell said...

And I had just gotten my sweet tooth under control. This looks scrumptious! Your thick, yummy style makes this so delicious to look at.

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

OH MY HEAVENS! I GREW UP IN BEAUFORT!!! I am soooo excited to meet you via your blog. Wonderful work, and I am so happy to come across someone who knows where my heart is!

carol morgan carmichael said...

What a yummy piece. Love the looseness and the colors. Now I am going to go eat lunch.

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Linda, I don't visit your blog nearly enough, but when I do wow! I am so abundantly rewarded. LOVE the frosting & wonderfully balanced color blocking in this one.