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July 29, 2016


Deux morceaux en forme de poire. (Okay, trois if you're Satie.)

Both watercolours are wonderful! For me, the second one has a bit of a 1930s feel.

Really love these - full of life - thanks for sharing the pair ;)

I should have you meet Yolanda some time when you're in Cooperstown. She has been on a mad watercolor kick, tough she also works in a lot of other media. And I guess she popped into my head because one of her pieces has pears in a cylindrical glass vase...

Now you need 11 more to make 13 Ways of Looking at a Pear.

@ Andrea Murphy: My thoughts too. That very evening I had remarked to Beth that her work has a timeless quality to it.

And thank you for talking a bit about process and motivation and materials. . .

I like both versions, and they are very different from each other.

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