Tuesday, July 23, 2013


Bon appetit!

And thanks, Gary, for sharing this delicious papaya on your blog :)


Sadami said...


debwardart said...

Very nice - looks good enough to eat!

Lorraine Brown said...

Finished with fresh colour and the way you have painted the seeds looks like it took some patience, a delicious result

Studio at the Farm said...

Rhonda, it's perfect - the colors, the little seeds - just perfect!!!

http://carolking.wordpress.com said...

Wonderful, yummy colors!

Gary L. Everest said...

Hi Rhonda,
It's beautiful and mouth-watering and I'm so glad you decided to paint it.
Now, I just hope you have an opportunity to try one--one from Hawaii--IN HAWAII!!

CrimsonLeaves said...

You've certainly captured the tropical feel in this one, Rhonda. Well done!

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Sadami, Deb, Lorraine. Lorraine, the seeds were actually easy! I just put a drop of misket on each one (or almost each one) and then painted wet in dry to get the rounded shape, then when that dried, I just smooshed a bit of damp water around to cover up a lot of the white areas left - then removed the misket when dry! Easy peasy!!

Thanks, Kathryn, Carol and Sherry.

Gary, I'm taking that as an open invitation! ha ha Jerry and I will eat papaya with you and Michele in Hawaii some day soon - before I get too old and cranky to travel :)