Fruit Bowl

About This Piece

Exploring color and texture with crayons.

Artist Statement

I grew up during the 1950’s and 60’s, a time when America’s love affair with the automobile became a cultural phenomenon. As the daughter of an auto worker cars were an important part of my life. The shiny bohemoth in the driveway of our suburban home was the quintessential emblem of middle class success. In the 1970’s the anti-establishment hippie biker subculture was prevalent. I was raised on tail fins, muscle cars, and Harleys. As a contemporary realist, I paint what I see and I am fascinated by the way light falls on objects. My artwork has evolved around shiny chrome, glass, and saturated colors. The images of cars and motorcycles evoke memories of the excitement and freedom of the open road.

Fruit Bowl, 2010

13" x 17"
Drawings
Oil Crayon Drawing on Paper

$100.00  USD

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Fruit Bowl,2010
  • 13" x 17"
  • Drawings
  • Oil Crayon Drawing on Paper
  • $100.00 USD
Fruit Bowl, 2010
13" x 17"
Drawings
Oil Crayon Drawing on Paper
$100.00 USD
Deborah Walsh
Liverpool, United States
Fruit Bowl, 2010
13" x 17"
Drawings
Oil Crayon Drawing on Paper
100.00 USD
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