Sunday, September 23, 2007


Pomegranate • this painting is sold

Not just for eating, although they do taste delicious, California pomegranates add colorful adornment to a merry holiday wreath. Simply buy an undecorated, wreath made of pine boughs, bay leaves, grapevines or straw, then secure pomegranates, small apples, pears, dried berries, walnuts or whatever other ornamental bits strike your fancy. A glue gun and some floral wire are the only tools needed.

For an appealing jewel-like appearance, break some pomegranates in half and use whole pomegranates of different sizes. The open fruit will dry and stay attractive for several weeks. You can even gild whole fruit with gold or silver spray paint. Finish with a striking bow – wire-edged ribbon works especially well.

Happy Autumnal Equinox !

If you would like to purchase a 6" x 6" oil painting on stretched canvas that you see on this site, or commission a painting that is special to you, please email me.

These paintings are priced at $100.00 plus s/h.

Thank You!


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