Ten Years of Painted Pumpkins

Shown in no particular order.

Zucca di Rialto

 

American Countryside

Casa Toscana

Etna

Fairies

Monte Peglia Tree

Agavi

Casale Umbro

Austrian Village

Albero Umbro

Casale Toscano

Colline Umbre

Childhood Dream

End of Summer

First Day of School

Happy Koi

Harvest Time

I Wish  Were There

 

Indian Temples

Isola Tiberina

Italian Seavillage

Lavender Sea

Limoni

Mongolfiere

Orvieto_IMG_6150

Papaveri

 

Roses and Sea

Pretty Flowers

Scorcio Romano

Spooky

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Ten Years of Painted Pumpkins

8 thoughts on “Ten Years of Painted Pumpkins

  1. These are absolutely gorgeous. One, about half-way down, reminds of my years growing up in South Texas. It takes courage as an artist to expend energy and time on something that cannot last. The impermanence makes them all the more beautiful, though.

    1. Thank you! But corageous, I was not πŸ™‚ All of them are foam pumpkins. The first one I painted, 12 years ago, was a real pumpkin. I think I managed to shoot a pic or two before it rotted. After that, I only carve real ones and paint the fake counterparts πŸ™‚ Less heartbreak.

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