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Painting of a Pear

Pear, II Oil on Canvas 4"x6" $65

I have worked on this painting off and on for a couple of weeks. I don't know why I kept going back to it. I think it is finally finished now. I hope you enjoy it.
Oh, I am continuing my experimentation with different reflective surfaces. I am working on the pearl and coral with gold that is on the "On my Easel Now" section. I am having a lot of fun with it.


  1. I love your oils - so realistic. I think you are caputuring shiny surfaces very well!

  2. HI Carolina. Thank you for visiting my blog. WOW. that pear is spot on. Can you teach me oil? :) Have a wonderful weekend...


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