Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Pickled Pepper


"Pickled Peppers & Salsa"
original oil painting, 9x12 inch, unframed
copyright 2010 MaryAnn Cleary


This my my first finished painting of the year. Since the weather is bitter cold outside, I am working in the studio from a still life setup. It includes a few of my favorite things - some Red Wing pottery. A small orange custard cup from the Gypsy Trail dinnerware of the 1930s and a dark brown glazed stoneware mixing bowl. The quart jar of salsa and the smaller jars of pickled peppers are all fruits of a summer harvest. It seems living in Minnesota one just gets back into doing canning of fruits and veggies. They are mighty tasty during this cold and frigid winters.


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Bizilady said...

this painting makes me warm just glazing at it...great for those Minnesota winter nights!

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Sandy Delehanty said...

Hi Maryann, I like your work, keep it up, happy painting 2010 from a fellow passionate painter, Sandy

Alison said...

Love this one!