I just love this little alla prima, the latest to my site. The paint is still wet, as is my appetite for more persimmons. Oil on linen, 8"x10", $675
I found this little pot (dhallah) treasure hunting in Connecticut. It was love at first sight. I keep painting it with different color schemes. In this painting, it takes a back seat to pomegranates, which I've loved since I was a very strange child. 12" x 12" Oil on Canvas. $700
I love persimmons. Beautiful on the tree and on the table, in my hand and in a painting. To all my senses. Oil on cradled board, 6"x6". $600.
True confession, this was an excellent bottle of wine, enjoyed in late fall with a hearty meal. And husk cherries, cerise de terre, are a fall fixture in my garden and kitchen. I love the ephemeral papery delicacy against the longevity of vintage wine. Oil on cradled panel, 6"x6", $600.
For those who don't have an instant recognition of this item, it is a pin cushion. Far more lovely and delicate than anything I could sew, I never wanted to mar them with pin holes. Oil on cradled panel, 6"x6". $475
Daffodils fade so quickly and I love the way the petals dry, as delicate as butterfly wings. 8" x 10" oil on board, $425.
I wanted to capture the sense of the bride having shed the shell of this wedding kimono, but also of having left something of herself behind. 16" x 30" Oil on linen $2,000
8" x 10 " oil on board SOLD Freeman's Gallery, Philadelphia 2016 Studio Incamminati Faculty and Alumni show
This is the last lemon from my father's lemon tree. He died after a long and productive life and his home has been sold to new owners. The end of an era. 8"x10" oil on linen. SOLD