The Princess of chocolate bars which will seduce you with every bite if she didn’t do so with her pretty pink wrapper. An Arabian bite of delight….
Is this your favourite chocolate bar? If not check out my chocolate gallery to see if yours is there. If not let me know.

Acrylic on board
10″×12″
Original for sale. Please contact Opus Art for more details.
enquiries@opus-art.com

Painted with Liquitex Basics range


on 21/5/11

I am a contemporary realist artist who paints in oils and acrylics.
I have always been interested in branded items so in 2011 I began a series of chocolate paintings. My next series of paintings will focus on SWEETS

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Comments

  • April Jarocka
    April Jarockaover 3 years ago

    an enjoyable painting to attempt ~ it’s amazing what wonderful colours and reflections appear when you scrunch up a simple chocolate wrapper. I notice that many of the wrappers these days are metallic. Not that I am complaining! Hope you all enjoy this one

  • Oh, by the way….here’s a challenge for the optically challenged. See if you can spot an A and J in the wrapper!! It was there for real too ~ talk about a coincidence!

    – April Jarocka

  • Gary Fernandez
    Gary Fernandezover 3 years ago


    Another superb realistic art piece, congratulations April.

  • Oh my goodness! Thank you Gary!! I am very honoured to accept this banner.

    – April Jarocka

  • LordTemplar
    LordTemplarover 3 years ago

    Very well done April. I really don’t know the chocolate bar, but I can almost taste it through seeing your painting.

  • BLYTHART
    BLYTHARTover 3 years ago

    I see you managed to paint it while there was still some left :-P

    It’s beautiful by the way.

  • Ann Mortimer
    Ann Mortimerover 3 years ago

    I do know this chocolate bar! Reviled by some and adored by others, like Marmite. I’m in the second category and I ate my fair share in my youth! Great work…the jelly must have been so difficult with the familiar teeth marks…oh yes, I remember it well. The scrunched up paper is a triumph! :D

  • BLYTHART
    BLYTHARTover 3 years ago

    I have to say that Turkish Delight is my least favourite chocolate bar, but I do love your painting of it though. Oddly, I adore Turkish Delight by itself – the type covered in powder and housed in cardboard boxes. On the subject of chocolate, did you like those chocolate flavoured potato crisps they brought out on trial once – yuk!

    I see that A and J you speak of – personalised chocolate – what next ;-)

  • Aleksandra Kabakova
    Aleksandra Kab...over 3 years ago

    Wow!!! delicious and beautiful!!!

  • Harry Purves
    Harry Purvesover 3 years ago

    Never! A chocolate bar you don’t like? I love these but they don’t last long, or is that because I love them?

    Actually, Turkish delight bought in turkey does not have a chocolate covering, possibly because the heat of Turkey would melt it, but that is a taste to behold, you’d love it!

    You tease, I can’t stop looking for the two letters now. Well I’ll tell you what I can see first: There’s a concave face in the shadow under the end of the wrapper; there’s a butterfly in the middle of the wrapper at the bottom; there’s a spider’s web over the chocolate, (ok they are cracks in the chocolate); there’s a stylised mushroom under the text on the wrapper;an iced lolly to the right of the mushroom; a coffee pot on the left end of the wrapper; a number “2” next to it and …..

    there is a lower case “a” made from the “K” and the “H” of “Turkish”
    and an upper case “J” made from the upright of the “K” and the fold in the wrapper! (How did I do?)

    As an image however, it is a piece of magic, a shear delight of temptation in chocolate and as ever, the realism is awesome. Absolutely fantastic work. Worth every bit of suffering with that chunk of Turkish Delight in your mouth!

  • Harry Purves
    Harry Purvesover 3 years ago

    Congrats on being featured too April.

  • Janice Dunbar
    Janice Dunbarover 3 years ago

    And there is a cherry in the top left of the wrapper… well done April!

    One of my favorite choc bars are Arrows, just think of painting all those bubbles… :)

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