Sunday, October 10, 2010

Farmers Market

When I go to the Bel Air farmers market Saturday mornings I marvel at the colors and shapes of the produce the venders place out in front of their stalls. The morning sun in October creates long raking shadows and the vegetables provide that shot of color I enjoy so much. Isolated by the asphalt, the tomatoes and gourds are like sculptures in a gallery. 8x10 oil on panels ROMA TOMATOES-SOLD

1 comment:

Edward Bear Miller said...

Very successful pieces, my friend. Two of my absolute favorites. Love the physicality of the negative space around the crate, and ADORE the funny pears standing behind the price tag. I think a lot of us feel just like those pears a lot of the time, when we're on the job or when looking for a job.