Sunday, January 25, 2009

Red Fruit Interior


"Red Fruit Interior"
Oil pastels on paper 30 x 40 cm (11,8 x 15,7 in)

11 comments:

Genie said...

Lovely work Andrea

Clevelandgirlie said...

WHAT is this strange and beautiful fruit???? Only grown in Paris?? A figment of your imagination?? I don't know what it is - but it makes me hungry for cherry pie - for breakfast. Think I'll go have some.Good morning to you Red! How is Sweet Axelle? Up and on the run again, I do hope.
XO

yvette said...

is this an oldie too? I'm also curious if it's ok with axelle
knuf yvette

Kim said...

This is really wonderful. I love the way you are able to use the colors to show off the textures of the fruit. One of the things I believe is so appealing is the painting makes you curious about how it feels...are the leaves firm like an artichoke leaves or soft like a flower's petals? Is the seedy center creamy or crumbly? You have captured this so nicely and left just the perfect amount of "wondering room"! Really nice from so many aspects.

Have a Lovely Afternoon in Paris!

Lynn said...

What the heck IS this beautiful fruit. Please find out it is driving me nuts not knowing. LOL
Again, so well done.

Peter J. Crowley said...

Oh how wonderful. Now I am really hungry for fruit. But home made sauce and pasta will have to do. It is red anyway. Looks kind of like a Kiwi. enjoy pjc

sukipoet said...

pomegranite? I like the close up view and the use of oil pastels which I have been using this week to little success.

Dianne said...

You have captured the mystery fruit beautifully with the oil pastels. I am also experimenting with oil bars, are these the same as oil pastels?

Artist Unplugged said...

Beautiful work...I particularly fancy the background on the one posted yesterday. I tore out a advertisment with a pomegranite that I saved to reference for a pencil drawing because I loved the red.

soulbrush said...

am trying to think what this reminds me of... maybe a sundial.

Immi:) said...

it looks like a starfruit!
and a good one too!