I often check out her website and it is always a delight to see her new creations. I find her paintings so sensuous and I love the way she seems to pick up simple and ordinary subjects and infuses a strong and deep underlying meaning.
I paint fruits differently , in a more ornamental manner certainly but I have pleasure doing it. My fruit paintings are amongst the ones I prefer in my production.
I have been including fruits paintings in my "collections" for quite some time now.
In 2003 I started with casein on a very absorbant lime wash base...
Apples I 90x62 cm
Apples II 90x62 cm
Basket I 90x62 cm
Basket II 90x62cm
Bergeade 50x50 cm
...then, in 2006, 2007 I exhibited in a gallery in the US and I decided to work with acrylics on a gessoed background...
A good year 28x40cm
Ripe I 40x40cn
Ripe II 40x40cm
and finally a couple of years ago I started a new series with a mix of classical ornamentation and fragments of XVIIth centurey still lifes, in casein for the ornament and oils for the fruits, like this one for example.