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May 13, 2008


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Albert Cash

The food subjects of these paintings look so tasty! Also, every painting is beautiful yet simple. These paintings would look lovely on any wall, and they’re inexpensive too. My favorite would be the glazed apple painting. It looks so delicious. Hehe!

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Music, food, drink (non-alcoholic of course!) and lots of creativity will be served up on a large platter throughout the day. This event is turning into one of the many highlights of my time at Penguin, because it will be a day when I will apply all my new skills.


These are really beautiful and I think you really put into words the heart of the Painting a Day movement. I especially love the candy apple one. Another great painting a day artist is myles cavanaugh - you can see his work on mylescavanaugh.blogspot.com - enjoy!


I have many Paintings a Day AND I had one commissioned by an artist I liked for my sisters b-day (valentine's day) for her new bathroom. Unknown to me at the time, the artist's wedding aniversary was on V-Day and was her husband was an artist also so it was a special day for her. My painting included a small painting within it that her husband had painted for her (a heart) and lovely make-up bruches, lipstick, bowl of cotton balls etc. It was terrific, special wrapping and mailed off, all for $100

Di Overton

Food and flowers always make the best subjects for painting I think. Fabulous art!


You gain even more weight when you eat the desserts after you paint them. Thank you for including my work in your lovely blog post! I am flattered. :o)



Paul Pincus

these are gorgeous.

La minuscule exposition

I've heard you can put on weight just by looking at amazing food, cakes you would die for in a shopwindow... I must have just put on 2 kilos ! Bon appétit

karey m.

that candy apple? oh, that candy apple.

melissa lewis - off the wall

All of a sudden I am hungry and inspired:)

mrs. french

oh the sweet, sweet colors. I have to say that Ms. Jelaine's work is my favorite.


You can make those Nadia? I tried but could never get the texture of the filling right or the texture of the icing. Come to think of it the taste was no good either! maybe we could ask Aran for a recipe?

nadia  Dole

Jelaine's second painting is beautiful, i love the rich browns, pinks and reds. Corine I can make those infact it was the first desert I ever made when I was 7 and they are yummy!


O my word, this is divine!!

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