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Midterm Portfolio, Still Life

Still Life Portfolio

Fish Head and Tail (this will be diptych)
Watercolor
Fish Head
Watercolor on paper, 35 by 47 cm, 2008




Fish Tail
Watercolor on paper, 35 by 47 cm, 2008




Oranges
Watercolor on paper, 47 by 35 cm, 2008





Pears
Watercolor on paper, 47 by 35 cm, 2008




Peppers
Watercolor on paper, 47 by 35 cm, 2008




A Book on Board
Acrylic on stretched board, 21 by 30 cm, 2007




Woody
Acrylic on stretched board, 21 by 30 cm, 2007




Wind Glass
Watercolor on paper, 30 by 40 cm, 2007




Extreme Banana
Acrylic on board, 30 by 23 cm, 2007




Mon & Amiga
Acrylic on canvas, 60.5 by 50 cm, 2007

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