Fig salad still life, oil on canvas panel, 11″x14″


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I love fig. I’ve heard “fig” fruit since I was little. But back then I could only get dried and thinly sliced “fig”. It was hard for me to imagine those dried slices were from an actual fruit. The first time I saw fresh fig was in San Francisco, CA. Someone had a big fig tree that was full of fruits in their yard. Some branches were out of their fence. I got a clear view of figs on the tree. Later I found them in local farmer market. I could still remember my first taste of the fresh fig. 😋

This little painting has a lot elements such as different vegetables, bread and napkin. And I tried the rose pink contour line for each of these elements. It works well. I also tried not to struggle with too much details on lettuce. The goal is to relax.

This 11″×14″ piece was done on Raymar 23SC canvas panel.

Although I have tried my best to match the color of digital profile and the actual product, the color might still vary depending on different monitor settings. Please be aware of this fact.

Note, the painting ships unframed.
Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you.

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Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 18 × 2 in

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My paintings are an outlet to express the imagination I have inside my head that I can not put into words. After trying many mediums, I always find myself coming back to paint and brushes. In my current artistic practice, I use oil paint and mainly create portraits of mythical creatures and animals transfixed in the shifting colours of seascapes and landscapes. There is a natural spirit and magic to these creatures and their energy draws me in. Choosing to paint these creatures as real living wildlife rather than abstractions, I use bold and vivid colours to express the imaginary intertwined with reality, finding magic between the seams. Using a saturated colour palette, I create bold and striking imagery, contrasted between foreground and background, subject and landscape, and light and darkness. Weaving their bodies and the surface of the landscape into each other through organic forms and flowing brush strokes, I find beauty, strength and innocence in these creatures that reflect my inner world.

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