Summer's Last Pickings oil 10X10 inches
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At the end of fall I still had some string bean vines barely hanging on, and a few cherry tomotes too. I like the scattered look of this painting. Isn't it interesting that the human eye finds randomness more interesting than order? We like variety and surprise more than what is predictable. The background color is a cool gray even though it may appear blue or violet here in the image. This piece is custom framed in a narrow mahogany floater frame, ready to hang. If you'd like to see it in the frame, just email me.
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