Oh, Garlic! What a gift thou art! Hear, I shall tell you why. You heal the heart, relieve the fart Repel possums and flys.
The genus Allium is a fabulous species. It includes the garlics, notably the Elephant Garlic as celebrated by this painting. When in bloom they are showy beyond words, when roasted with olive oil and on sour dough, well, you’d think you’d died and gone to heaven. Enjoy! https://www.dailypaintworks.com/buy/auction/1148690
In praise of the lowly but lovely onion.
Nature and realism as abstraction…go figure. https://www.dailypaintworks.com/fineart/jean-krueger/agave-arizona/853595
Drawn to scale, the cone of the Sugar Pine shown here is in the medium range in size. These cones can grow to over two feet in length. They are superb in their symetry and the rythmic spiraling of their woody scales. https://www.dailypaintworks.com/buy/auction/1029498
Victor alla Prima, sold. Butter and Eggs was painted on site in Victor, CO. It’s a snap-drangonish perennial that stands 18-24″ and seems to love poor soil. It is delicat and detailed. https://www.dailypaintworks.com/fineart/jean-krueger/butter-and-eggs/778422
Painted for shape and complexity. https://www.dailypaintworks.com/buy/auction/1022049
This cone is a lot larger and harder that most of the ponderosa cones I’ve painted. We found it in Southern California. I wonder if I identified it correctly although in searching for visual info on it, it most likely resembles the ponderosas. I may have to re-title it someday if I find it’s a differentContinue reading “Ponderosa Pine Cone”
I really like pine cones, there’s such variety across the various species. I like these for the shape of their seed scales, a wonderful drop-like curve. https://www.dailypaintworks.com/buy/auction/1020063
Eastern light, early morning in the garden. https://www.dailypaintworks.com/buy/auction/1007686