Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Fresh Bread

Fresh Bread   6x6"  oil $100
My mother made wonderful bread, with a great crust. And, as any baker and fan of a good crusty bread knows, you store it with a cotton kitchen towel (not in a plastic bag) to keep it that way. She used to tie it up at the top, and create a wonderful bundle of loaves and rolls. I have to practice....the bread I baked here, isn't nearly as good!Click here for price and purchasing


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9 comments:

  1. You can smell the bread! Great series, Mary. Love your work.

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  2. Love the bread! Beautiful painting!

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  3. Nice one, Mary. I like to bake bread, and photo the loaves quite often, but somehow, never got around to painting one! You made this one look so fresh and yummy.

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  4. I never knew that about wrapping bread in a towel Mary and I grew up on homemade bread for 16 years. Maybe a territorial thing?
    Love the bread series and must say, it is so much healthier than the Donut War. And sounds like you're baking what you paint - just like Kim. I'm having a difficult time staying away from my pros, so don't even want to go there and bake them too. You are one brave lady!

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  5. Nice painting, Mary. I just subscribed and look forward to seeing more of your work

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  6. What a lovely painting and information for bread lovers.

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  7. Mary...this bread and toast series is a delight...I can just see some lucky person's kitchen with this ensemble up on the wall.

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  8. I love all three of these bread paintings, but this one the best! Beautiful rendering of the white towel, and the red checked cloth underneath. Great job!

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  9. Wonderful painting- very fresh and love the colors and brushwork!

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