This grater showed up in a lot of my paintings early on in this project. In my mind it was out to destroy everything, it stood in the background just wanting to take the juice out of stuff – or get the flavor out – or tear something apart. A physical change. I love the architecture of the grater in the paintings. Like a city building, and yet it still held a delicate memory of my grandmother’s old, delicious Brooklyn kitchen. What does the grater remind you of?
This still life painting is 6″ x 8″, oil on gessoed paper mounted on board.
This painting is framed in a natural maple floater frame. The inside of the frame, and the edge of the panel are painted black to give the illusion of floating. Signed and dated on the back, signature on front upon request.
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