Tomatoes on a Tablecloth

Here is a delicious sliced tomato, a delicious subject for a gouache painting on black paper, that is!

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15 Responses to Tomatoes on a Tablecloth

  1. Anonymous says:

    Particularly in love with the tomato on the lower right!

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  2. deb92024 says:

    Particularly in love with the tomato on the lower right!

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  3. This is just exquisite. I think you hit a home run here. The tomato’s sparkle and I love the overall colors.

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  4. She says:

    Incredible textures, Sarah!

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  5. Elyesse Uhler says:

    I so love your art, Sarah. It is wonderful and always seems to get better and better and more and more abstract. You are an inspiration. It was good to see you at the paint out and hopefully we will connect at the next one. Hope you are enjoying the Zhizen paper. I have the rough texture in 12 x 18 and it is my favorite. Happy Painting. Elyesse

    On Wed, Jan 19, 2022 at 1:16 PM Deliberate Sketching wrote:

    > Sarah Sullivan posted: ” Here is a delicious sliced tomato, a delicious > subject for a gouache painting on black paper, that is! ” >

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    • Thank you, Elyesse, for your encouragement and for the recommendation of the Shizen paper. After using a 9 x 12 smooth piece yesterday, I ordered a pack of both the smooth and rough textured 12 x 18 paper. I am curious about it and looking forward to putting it through its paces. If I decide I like it I will write about it in a future blog post. See you soon!

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  6. I love the style of your art

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