Acrylics on 16″ × 12″ canvas • Uploaded July 14, 2011
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Autumn in Ontario, Canada is inspiring for artists, with trees transforming into a rich, warm palette, and an abundance of apples. McIntosh, Courtland, Spartan, Gala — the variety can be overwhelming — in baskets and bags, crowding the stores and at the many weekend markets. The best way to get apples, though, is to drive to one of the umpteen farms that open for people to pick their own fruit. We are driven out, in hay-lined wagons pulled by tractors, to the orchards, where we can twist the red and green beauties right off their trees.
Fruit and Coffee is my first painting. Acrylics on 20" X 16" canvas.
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