Friday, 13 April 2012

Paint Party Friday . . . food for the tumtum



Here's a little something I did yesterday, which is quite a departure from what I usually do. A recipe painting. I had a lot of fun doing it. I suppose it was only a matter of time before my two loves of cooking and painting merged! I think I may do some more like this at some stage. I quite enjoyed it. As usual available as a print or a card.

Do hop on over to Paint Party Friday to check out all the other beautiful talent that is being shared today! Thanks for looking!

16 comments:

Sue said...

Wonderful idea to do a reipe painting...looks delicious:)
xx

Netty said...

This is such a great idea and loving your artwork. Yummy, this recipe is definitely one for me. Happy PPF, Annette x

froebelsternchen Susi said...

And now I am hungry! Great kitchen /cooking watercoloring! Fabulous! Also enjoyed your little "vita"... I also dreamt the british dream as I were a girl!

xxx Susi from Austria

WrightStuff said...

Mmmm... one of my favourite salads... had it yesterday funnily enough! It's a beautiful painting - are you going to illustrate a whole book? You should!

Giggles said...

You have the first page of your cook book!! Very pretty!!
Happy ppf!

Hugs Giggles

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

What a lovely cookbook this would make ~ excellent illustrations ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

carlarey said...

Great recipe painting, I am afraid if I tried to paint my cooking process it wouldn't look nearly that appetizing.

Pointy Pix said...

This is beautiful. I really like your style of illustration and you've made it look really tasty!

Gloria said...

A great idea and wonderful artwork! I love tomato and basil salad. This Easter I did something a little different and bought a large jar of marinated artichoke hearts. Put them into a bowl with mini fresh mozzarella balls, and cherry tomatoes cut in half. There was enough seasoning of the artichokes so that nothing else was needed, except maybe a little more salt to taste. I did cut up the artichoke hearts and left out some of the more pithy pieces! I see a series coming for you! :)

Caitlyn (ladyphlogiston) said...

I like that! There's a couple of recipes I make that would work well in that format - maybe I'll try!

Tracey Fletcher KIng said...

I think this is fab... love the idea of merging those two things and I hope you do more so I may eventually be tempted to get in and do some cooking... xx

Mary C. Nasser said...

What a wonderful and fun painting!
I've never heard of a recipe painting...but want to make one now, too! So inspiring!
♥♥♥
Happy PPF!!
Mary
Mixed-Media Map Art

Anne said...

Awesome merge of your likes! Shows that you had fun creating this, it is delightful!

Simona Cordara said...

Yum Yum!!!
And finally someone who writes "buon appetito" the right way, and not "buon apettito"!! Eheheheh!! As an Italian, I'm usually horrified when I read Italian words written by non-Italians. Like "rissotto" (that's "risotto) or Spanish words they think are Italian. I've noticed that wherever I go people think that Spanish and Italian are the same. Yes, they are Latin-rooted languages, but not identical.
Sorry for my silly comment! :)

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Peeped about a bit...lovely little sketches. Love your designs and the soft colors. Great little post for the Graduates. Thanks for sharing your great talents

KAT said...

that is a great idea very well done too !
and sounds yummy

- KAT -