Peppers In A Box 5 in. x 7 in. Oil On Panel - SOLD
The subject is three peppers. A jalapeno, a habanero, and a red chili. The wooden box is an old eye-glasses case that my grandfather had, probably from the 1930's. Painting peppers is always interesting because of the intense colors. Today I wanted to do something different than the typical 'pepper on a table painting'. So I put them in their own little compartment in the box, the divider is a piece of cardboard cut to fit which I think gives it a neat studio painting feel. To me this painting has a significant color intensity and warmth. I hope that you enjoy it
I'm Steve Boggs, I am an artist from Tennessee. I have been painting for over 30 years, working predominately in oils and painting the things that I see around me everyday. Hopefully you will enjoy viewing my work. And of course please feel free to add comments, or select the link on any painting if you are interested in bidding on or buying. You are also welcome to contact me about purchasing or commissioning a painting.
Sunday, May 20, 2012
Daily Painting - Still Life- Peppers In A Box
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