Peeling Orange on a Brick
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“Peeling Orange on a Brick”
Oil on panel, 6 x 5 inches (15 x 13 cm)
I’ve mentioned in one of my previous posts that the peeled orange had significance in Dutch Golden Age still lifes, as a symbol of impermanance and transience. I wanted to take it one step further, and have the orange as the sole focus as the composition – a fragile thing, caught in a moment of time.
This is by no means a formal announcement, but… For a long time I’ve wanted to make Giclee prints available of my paintings, and I’m now well into the process of making that a reality. It’s still some time off, but my goal is to be able to offer high quality, affordable reproductions of my paintings by the end of the year.
I believe prints of this painting will be the first. I’ll keep everybody informed, and hopefully a few of you will be looking forward to that!