Weekly Photo Challenge: GROWTH (2)

Here we have the growth of a painting, in two photos (but it took a lot longer than two quick photos to do the 3-D version). First:

There’s an oil sketch, a table easel, a canvas, brushes, pigments. All that’s missing is — the artist’s eyes, the artist’s hands, the minutes and hours, the laying-out and the mess and the washing-up, the squinting, the stepping-back, the frustration, the very occasional elation —

And then, much much later, here we are. I call it The Angry Pears.

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6 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: GROWTH (2)

  1. pauline says:

    I’ve never thought of pears as being angry… puts a new spin on the world of fruit. Funny, they don’t look mad to me; they look as though they’re contemplating a jump. Depressed pears?

  2. Stef says:

    Your angry pears have seen quite a bit of action on this site. I hope they’re not angered by that… 😉

    • Touch2Touch says:

      It makes me happy to see them, at any rate.
      People who bought our house also bought lots of my paintings, the pears among them. So they’re only a memory — and a photograph — for me now!

  3. There’s that artist woman at it again – Angry Pears? LOVE them!!!

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