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  • The Dangers of Eating Dragon Fruit

Trish Connolly

The Dangers of Eating Dragon Fruit

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Gilcée archival print on canvas

Ships from Seattle, Washington, USA

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18 x 24 x 1.34 in

457.2 x 609.6 x 34.0 mm

45.7 x 61.0 x 3.4 cm

0.4572 x 0.6096 x 0.034036 meter

Currently in a show in seattle. Pick up from the venue and free shipping available when the show ends on February 10th 2023.
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Artwork Description
Description
A cut dragon fruit rests on a wooden board. Next to the dragon fruit is a knife with a black handle. Shown behind this is the peaceful blue sea and shoreline in the distance.
Artist Information
Bio
I am a self-taught oil painter learning from books, classes, and workshops. I grew up in the beautiful Northwest and graduated from the University of Washington. I have been sketching and painting from an early age. I began with watercolor and acrylic paint. Later in life, I became a resolute oil painter. I am a member of the EMERALD CITY ART COLLECTIVE where we participate in art shows around the Seattle area.
Besides art, I love animals, gardening, and travel. I live in the Seattle area with my husband, an eccentric cat named Pickles and a darling cockatiel, named Burt.
Artist Statement
Creating art makes me happy. I enjoy the entire process from the beginning concept, the layout and color palette to the finished painting. My inspiration comes from diverse sources: nature, an interesting face, familiar objects or food or something from my imagination.

Sharing my art with others is especially important to me. I can’t imagine keeping it out of sight where no one will see it. For me, art is a connection shared with a community. I hope people will look at my work and see something that strikes a feeling or a familiar and cherished place they’ve been.

I look for inspiration to fuel me. I hope my art will inspire and bring you joy.
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