garlic and pasta – sketchbook watercolor

October 31, 2013 § Leave a comment

garlic and pasta

I walked by a Williams Sonoma storefront at Tyson’s mall and the pasta was beautiful, perfectly aligned.  What really fascinate me was the reflection of the pasta in the mirror-like surface of the pasta pot in the background.  Often reflections are far more interesting than the object itself such as water and ice in a glass goblet on a simple white tablecloth.  With limited time, I couldn’t focus on the reflections, instead I painted the garlic and pasta trying to match colors and values. Winsor Newton on Stonehenge paper, 7″ x 7″

pasta reflections

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