Artwork description:

Silk squash, is a Chinese squash which my mother grows every year in her vegetable garden. It is also called Chinese Okra Only immature silk squash are eaten, as older silk squash have a bitter taste. Like fuzzy melon, silk squash can be stuffed with pork and steamed. However, it is more commonly stir-fried or deep-fried.
Watercolor on arches rough paper, 16"x30"

Materials used:

watercolor on arches watercolor paper

Tags:

#my mother's garden  #watercolor squash  #silk squash  #watercolor garden  #ediable garden  #chinese vegetable  #squash 

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silk squash (2014)

$2,000

This artwork is sold by Alfred Ng from Canada

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