Artist's description:

These apples are from our apple tree, the one we still have in our garden. When we moved here, we had two trees. One of them was really old and not looking healthy, so the following year we had to cut it down. That first year we got 30 kg (~ 60 lbs) of apples, and I made both wine and cider, plus gave away two bags full to a neighbor, and some to the neighborhood cows. Since then we haven’t had that kind harvest because of wind blowing them off, a cold summer, and then a lack of pollinators because of a late spring.The kind of apples is called winter apples by regular people here because they aren’t ready until the end of October. These ones were on the tree in 2014. One of the few years we’ve had apples hanging on the tree long enough to get a red tint. I love seeing the apples ripen, so I hope for a better harvest in 2016. And an Apple a day is good for so many things :)

The painting was done in watercolor on watercolor paper.

Materials used:

watercolor, watercolor paper

Winter Apples on the Branch (2015)


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This artwork is sold by Linda Ursin from Norway

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