pastry case



In one of my favorite cafes, Kiva Han, just across the street from the museums.


Your delicious artwork is about to send me on a guilt trip. I bought a half-dozen, chocolate-covered donuts and ate one upon returning home. There are two left, and I'm the only one here, unless my dog has learned to re-close boxes. Did I really eat four? How many pastries did you eat while doing your drawing? *evil grin*

Thanks, Brian.

Jenny, I thought about them - and drank my latte with whole milk instead of skim... but by the time I was done with the drawing, I was running late for something else, and had to go.

Wayne Thibaud would be proud! And these are much more enticing than his sugary confections....great work (and excellent restraint shown!)

To draw a picture rather than to eat a donut....aahh....
Such devotion should be rewarded...did your scales come through?

It's four days later, and I keep coming back to this one and coming back again. It's your painting of the pastries, how you rendered them in the case, and not the pastries themselves, that is the allure for me.

I guess.

I'll figure it out after a few more return trips to see this.

i love this. i've stared at that case many times, pondering...



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