“Pot Luck” Paintings by Peter Plamondon
This weekend I’m attending a picnic for 26 and am assigned “rice salad”. I’m overwhelmed by all of the choices the internet offers in the way of recipes. I’ll be leaving in a moment for Publix to search for ripe mango. If unavailable, I’ll have to pivot.
Artist Peter Plamondon has it all in stock.
Gallery representation: Wynne Fine Art
Gosh! Thanks, Betsy!
They are terrific! Thanks for the tip…your work is awesome too!
Truly wonderful work, very inspiring! I’m reminded of the work of Kaffe Fasset – are you familiar with it? Although primarily working with textiles, his pots and ceramics paintings are very inspiring too – I’m sure you’d enjoy them (see: http://www.kaffefassett.com/Painting.html)
You are very very kind to say so…I appreciate it so much.
I don’t get many blogs to my email (because if I did I’d be inundated with all the ones I follow) but I LOVE seeing what you post every morning. Great job!
“Many fruits — including avocados, bananas, pears, peaches, and tomatoes — will ripen better when placed in a paper bag. To hasten the ripening process of any fruit, place an already ripe apple or banana peel in the same bag and store it at room temperature. To ripen green bananas, wrap them in a damp dishtowel before placing them in the bag. Once your fruits have adequately ripened, you can halt the process by putting them in the refrigerator.” – Anonymous
I LOVE these!!
Thank you ! Agreed!
So much to choose from, all fantastic. 😀
wonderful. it is simply wonderful.
If you enjoy this blog site, you will love this slideshow http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/12/hana-pesuts-switcheroo_n_1421232.html?ref=topbar#s865236. Enjoy! (P.S. If I had my own art blog, I would post it there but I don’t.)