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Watercolor Print "Humboldt County Fare" Prize winning Apples and Tomatoes. Fruits and Vegetables, Kitchen Decor

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Watercolor Print "Humboldt County Fare" Prize winning Apples and Tomatoes. Fruits and Vegetables, Kitchen Decor

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: watercolor, plastic, matting, archival paper, paper
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This is a print of an original painting that I did in 2010. These were the prize winning fruits and vegetables from the county fair that summer. It was the first painting I did to use a rainbow spectrum which has been a repeated theme in most of my works.
It is one of a limited series of 10.

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  • Reviewed by Katherine Ammann
    5 out of 5 stars
    Aug 26, 2015
    Lovely print. Beautiful colors. Glad to own it. :)
    Watercolor Print

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