"Fragment: Sushi Under Arch"
Oil on panel, 2.5 x 3.5 inches
Painting still lifes under arches and tucked away into alcoves has a long history, and it's always appealed to me. Although I've wanted to try it for a while, today's and tomorrow's paintings are the first times I actually have. In this case, it's a copy of a Mughal arch from India. For those who are curious, the arch itself is executed in gold paint. I must say I'm pleased with this, and will likely do more.
Labels: Food, Fragments, Miniature, Painting a day, Still Life