Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Heirloom Tomato mountain
I've made more tomatoes today than I have in my entire life...or, at least, in one sitting. The platters are made by my good buddy, woodturner Thomas Saunders. The platter on the left is for a customer, and the one on the right I am listing.
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Your art is just amazing!ReplyDelete
so beautiful...i've never seen heirloom tomatoes, all we get here are the 'basic' ones...dang they look so tasty here :PReplyDelete
Your tomatoes are superb, Kiva!!ReplyDelete
And Tom's woodwork is fabulous - I just got two of his pieces, a platter and a bowl in birdseye maple, and I can't put them down - they're so tactile!
The tomatoes are exceptional !!!!ReplyDelete
And I am the lucky owner of some of them!!!!!!!!
Que maravilla de variedad!!!!ReplyDelete
Son tan reales, que podrias encontrarlos en cualquier mercado, enhorabuena!!
I enjoy those tomatoes, beautiful colours !ReplyDelete
I enjoy Tom's work as well !
They are so pretty! I love all the colors.ReplyDelete
Heirloom tomatoes? Wow.These tomatoes are beautiful, almost a pity biting into them. They should just be frozen in time as still life like what you are doing, Kiva :). Great job.ReplyDelete
You completely ok yet?
They are perfect.
They are gorgeous, How long does it take you to finish one piece like that?ReplyDelete
it must have taken u forever!! wonderful~worth the work i bet!ReplyDelete
Sorry, I've been on eBay and that's what came to mind when I saw your tomatoes. I'm running out of adjectives to describe your phenomenal work, Kiva!
Fabulous work as ALWAYS! I must add some of your work to my collection....just have to think of what I'd fancy! :o))ReplyDelete
I hope you are feeling better now.
These are wonderful. :)ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear you haven't been feeling well, hoping you are getting better. :)
Beautiful as always! I love them!ReplyDelete