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Ok, you can eat them now

Remembering the basics

Heirloom tomatoes just begging to be painted. The reflections were just as important to me as the tomatoes, and I wanted to explore the composition on the page. It was a chance to go back to the basics of design, composition, colors, values, only this time I didn’t have to spend an entire semester, as in 1972 at Tyler School of Art, learning to render eggs and other white shapes with black and white poster paint (aka foundation-year painting).

September 2013
Watercolor and graphite
Arches rough, 140 lb, 7″ x 10″
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