God’s Kitchen on Canvas.

(This post contains 9 images.)I enjoy still-life art, usually the type with food and crockery painted in oils. However, this series of still-life focuses on the details of the food. There are nine small canvasses painted in acrylic. When all nine are hung neatly together they look great in a kitchen or dining area, even printed as pillows for a kitchen nook.

BEETROOT.

I am not a fan of acrylic paint, but I do try to use all mediums. The most challenging issue of all the paintings was getting the light just right for the particular textures.

TOMATOES.
CARROTS.

I like the idea of the carrots lying in the soil, just plucked from the earth!

ONIONS.

The layers and textures of the onion skin took time to accomplish. I love the earthy colours in this painting.

AVOCADO.

I feel that the avocado is the most successful of all the vegetable art. I was satisfied with the outcome of the thick, green skin.

LETTUCE.
BRINJAL.
SWISS CHARD.

The swiss chard has taken on an abstract look here. The red veins contrast well with the greens.


A wide range of Prints are available.

Throw Pillow
Tote Bag

Copyright © Caroline Street Art/Poetry/Photography.  ‘God’s Kitchen’ Canvasses 1 – 9. 

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