Friday, April 24, 2009




Red Pepper and Lime

Oil on board, 7" x 5"
$125 plus $6 shipping in U.S.
Email don@dailyartwest.com for purchase

7 comments:

Steve sculpts critters said...

I once ate a whole chunk of lime by mistake, it was the last mouthful of my fahita meal.
Yuk. Left a nasty taste in my mouth.
Even so, I like the look of yours!

Dean Grey said...

Unique composition, leaving the top half of the bell pepper "off screen".

The blues on the cloth, with their intense shadows, look quite regal looking too!

-Dean

Don Gray said...

I like your attitude, Steve. Doesn't look like you came out of the experience embittered or soured!

I like your critters--look forward to spending more timeon your blog. Thanks for stopping by.

Don Gray said...

Thanks, Dean!

Martha Miller said...

the colors in these last three paintings are so RICH, don. sumptuous!!!
i love the combination of red green and blue.

Anonymous said...

Don, the folds of the blue fabric gave me an impression of knees, and the whole composition was, IMO, a madonna and child. Maybe it's my crazy eyes.
Anne Thrower

Don Gray said...

I see the knees, now that you mention it, Anne. I'm having a harder time making a Madonna and child out of lime and pepper. :>}