This small and lackluster Fuji looked like it had just come of age. It was, however, white on the inside and tasty. The intriguing parts were the blossom end with its tiny fresh leaves, and the beguiling stem that extended an inch and a half from a two-inch apple.
5" x 5"
Oil on hardboard
I put the apple on this embroidered fabric for texture and line. I also stippled the apple in its entirety—with a small, soft mop brush. I use my tools with abandon.
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