Blues

Blues
Blues

Friday, 16 November 2012

Pomegranate

Pomegranate
Oil on canvas board,5"x7"
SOLD
Getting the seeds of these fruits has been a mission over the years until I saw a cookery programme where it was cut in have and tapped with a wooden spoon over a large bowl to catch the seeds.What a time saver!!!

12 comments:

  1. Love the luscious reds and oranges against the bright blue. Another lovely painting, Azra.

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  2. Good evening Azra:) I love how you painted the top of the pomegranate. The colors are also beautiful. The color of the background goes perfect with it. Nice job! Have a very nice weekend:)

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  3. It is clearly a Pomegranate...excellently painted.The seeds are indeed a hazzle...I think I saw the same cooking program ! Could it have been Nigella feasts ??? Wish you a great weekend.

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  4. Nicely done! Lovely color variation in the Pom. Good tip on removing seeds!

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  5. Gorgeous colors, Azra! I love the blues with the reds of the pomegranate. So pretty!

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  6. Wonderful colors, you did a nice job with the background color

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  7. I too was happy to find out about that trick! Glad to see you are continuing to paint with such regularity.

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  8. I've never heard of that seed trick before! Fabulous! and delicious color on your painting, Azra.

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  9. Nice yellows and oranges hiding within your reds. Lovely.

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  10. You just gave so much of life to this lovely fruit! My father is an expert in taking out the seeds, he never allows me to the trouble of doing it,,haha,, pl dont mind my delayed comments!

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  11. You painted the texture of the Pomegranate so well Azra! I love the delicious fruit but removing the seeds off could be one difficult task. Your trick sounds handy and definitely a time saver!:)

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