Size: 18.75” W x 12.75” H (unframed) Available
Call me odd, but I love hot soups in the summertime. I’ll puree any beautiful vegetable (squash is my fave) after cooking in vegetable broth, infused with fresh herbs and a dollop of crème fraîche. But I have to pair it with something cool. Perhaps sliced cucumbers with garlic, fresh spearmint, lemon zest and red pepper for a kick, in a bath of organic yogurt. Yum!
Acrylic paints on heavy watercolor paper, bordered with insets from a mid-1800’s Japanese grocer’s ledger of accounts, accented with four Chinese Song Dynasty (10th century) cash coins, affixed with melted religious wax collected from holy temples and monasteries, with outside panels of mulberry “mash” paper from Asia bathed in luminescent paints, then gilded and bronzed, all mounted onto archival museum board.