Monday, September 10, 2007

EDM Challenge 133


This an EDM challenge...a peach. I continue to try to learn to manipulate water and pigment. Please forgive the wrinkles on the cheap sketch paper. This peach was so sweet...brought back memories of central Texas peaches...beautiful freestone peaches from Johnson City. I used to be able to buy a half bushel and would freeze some to eat in the winter. I don't know why they aren't available anymore.
The EDM challenges are so fun as they force me to really look at something ordinary.

9 comments:

Lin said...

LUSCIOUS LOOKING TOO!

Susan Hosken said...

Great peach kay. I like the challenges too as they make me do things I often think would be too difficult. I am always surprised. i am looking forward to this years first peach...yummo.
Lots of love from Susan in Australia

SeamRippstress said...

Cheap sketch paper!? I looks painted on white satin! Stunning Kay! I love to see what you'll do next : 0

Sherry said...

I liked your comment about really looking at ordinary tings. I think that is one charactertistic of an artist; he or she makes a habit of looking at objects and people more carefully than other people, and sees beauty where other people miss it. That's one juicy peach!

Christeen said...

Kay, love the luscious, juicy color here! Beautiful :)

Serena said...

That is one yummy looking peach, Kay! :)

Jill Smith said...

Kay, have just come from quiltart, us old ones ought to have a group toether.TV
Wish you lived nearer as we can get a big punnet of peaches, quite cheap in the uk
Wonderfull drawing Kay

ksklein said...

wow. it looks delicious. *lick

did you freeze the whole peaches to eat them like that? or did you process them?

phthaloblu said...

Nicely done. The wrinkles on the paper give it a metallic feel, like you painted it on aluminum or something. Looks yummy. The peach that is!