Sometimes one meal will inspire more than one painting.
Sometimes the way I procure ingredients often becomes part of my "process."
Here are two paintings created after an evening of fishing in the Florida Keys...
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Night Fishing, 2013, 36"x18", charcoal and oil on panel
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Florida Snapper:  Dinner, 2013, 12"x12", charcoal, gold powder and oil on panel
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A couple of baby sharks...a log and a fall off the dock...later...an actual dinner of Florida snapper caught, gutted and grilled...and very much appreciated!
I wonder what I'll catch on the next trip......