Wednesday, July 14, 2010

SOUTHERN PEACH


Have you ever tasted a Southern peach? I say, in particular, a South Carolina peach! Heaven....that's the only way to describe the taste.

5X7 inches
oil
Raymar canvas panel (archival)
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12 comments:

Victor Errington said...

Brilliant painting Linda. Well done.
Vic.

Catherine Jeffrey said...

Never tasted a southern peach, but I must say, these look yummy!! I like the blue/gray background allowing the bright orange to stand out.

Linda Popple said...

Southern peaches are sweet and so juicy! Your painting makes me want to go to Central Market and buy more peaches and have them for lunch! Well done, Linda!

Dusty Pines said...

oh these are really something - so ripe & ready - the colors are luscious - and the shadows! thank you for sharing them!

Carol Nelson said...

Those peaches do look luscious. The blue/gray background is perfect.

Cathyann said...

Strong piece, Linda and I love the grays against those peach colors!

Polly Jones said...

Love it! Makes me think of Manet's vase still life paintings.

LindaHunt said...

Just want to thank you all for your comments...I am having a difficult time posting comments so I will thank you all collectively. I appreciate the time you take to come to my blog and comment. I hope that this one posts.

Becky Joy said...

Those South Carolina peaches look yummy!

Virginia Floyd said...

We have Texas Hill Country peaches right now in stands all along the road sides. Yours are just beautiful!

Stephanie Berry said...

Love the peaches. When we buy peaches here in Maine they're hard as rocks and by the time they ripen they're shriveled.

Kelley Sanford said...

Cross the SC line every couple of weeks to get those peaches. Your painting is as yummy as the peaches.