Wednesday, April 17, 2013


6x6 Oil on Ampersand Gessobord
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I thought it was time to paint a different subject and decided that a still life would be fun.  Because we are in the process of moving, my studio is partially packed so setting up a still life would be difficult so I looked for a photo to use.  I found one at the Wet Canvas site.  I'm not taking all my studio equipment to our apartment as it is very small.  I'm sure that when we are moved in to our house, setting up a still life will be especially fun. In the meantime, photographs will be a great source.
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Radish Sandwiches


2 tsp. unsalted cultured butter, like Plugra
¼ tsp. sea salt
2 slices baguette, cut on the bias
2 large radishes, sliced into ⅛" rounds
Fresh ground black pepper


In a small bowl, blend together butter and salt using a small spatula until butter is soft and airy. Spread baguette slices with butter, arrange radish slices on top, and finish with a grind or two of pepper.


  1. Gosh these are painted vibrant and luscious.

  2. I like the grays you've created. They really make the reds pop.
    Good look with the move!

  3. just love those reds and greens together. I'm envious of your new studio space! Will we get to see photos? The recipe reminds me how much my Mother loved radish sandwiches. She made them just the same way, only on "regular" bread.

  4. Fun post, though I'm not a fan of radish sandwiches. However your radish PAINTING is spectacular. I know I said it before Linda, but you just keep getting better and better. Your palette and brushwork, seeing your art evolve is very exciting!!

  5. Great composition and colour contrasts AND not to mention how well it has been painted!


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