6" x 6" - 140 lb. Arches paper
Yep - it's that time of year again! The garden is producing and we are enjoying every bit of it! However, I do have a confession to make. Savoy Cabbage is not something I have in my garden. In fact, I don't grow cabbage at all as we eat so few of them and they take up quite a bit of space. This beautiful specimen came straight from the grocery store to my table - my art table that is!
Truly, a Savoy Cabbage has to be one of THE most incredible-looking veggies ever! When I saw it with all its veining, I knew I had to paint it! Of course, we also got to eat it later on - this is a "sweet" cabbage compared to some others. It was delicious wilted until tender in a bit of butter/oil with salt and pepper alongside of some turkey sausage and sweet potatoes. The beautiful green beside the orange of the sweet potato and meat-color of the sausage was very appealing.
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