Wooden Spoons | 19”x 22” | Oil on Canvas
Do you remember being a kid and helping your mom make cookies or cakes? Mostly doing the hard work of licking spoons, bowls and eating hot-out-of-the-oven goodies? Happily, so do I.
I believe this may be where I first heard of, and laughed about how mean chef’s are... they beat eggs, whip cream and mash potatoes. These old kitchen tools have done their fair share of stirring things up in the process of making yummy things for both kids and adults.
This is one of 5 paintings of French kitchen implements I did for a cafe at L’Auberge du Lac in Lake Charles, Louisiana. They hang together as a group in the front area of the cafe. It was fun gathering the various items, working out the compositions and doing the paintings. I also provided the desired “secure mounting method” and pattern needed to get proper placement on the wall.
"You should have the Art you Love."
Limited Edition Options
Size # in Edition
19"x 22" 25
14"x 16" 200
8.7"x 10" 300