Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Pink Berry

Fraise du Boise, original watercolor, 9" x 11"
I was getting in the pink in sunny Philadelphia this past weekend and I forgot to come home and do my blog :)

So here's a bunch of pink berries for you to munch on for your Paris Breakfast...well don't munch on this strawberry pillow!
You can definitely munch on THIS! Me too.
Oooops No munching on the strawberry Eiffle Tower! Where is our strawberry statue of liberty or Empire state building is what I wanna know? HUMPH
A highly munchable glossy chocolate and raspberry gateaux...Oooooo
Please no munching! But these raspberry butcher's coats are pretty divine are they not?
A berry-colored cafe with green chairs - Delicious!
Get out your forks and dive in everyone!
Another delicious strawberry coat on these kidlets fighting over who is going to ride the horsie...

No munching but
if you want to get in the pink there's plenty at PB's Zazzle



Anonymous said...

I couldn't resist joining the berry colored theme.Our city (Minneapolis) looks all pinky toos currently. And I've been trying to keep up!

Anonymous said...

Another edible post!

A Brush with Color said...

Yum--great colors here, Carol! Lovely painting: "it's the berries."

Anonymous said...

We've missed you!
Breakfast was a idsaster with no PB
Glad you got in the pink!

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Berry Pinkalicious post this morning. My favorite colors. Love everything about the painting. Especially the scalloped plate.

Cassoulet Cafe said...

This was worth waking up to this morning! Great watercolor and great photos....and oh my, did that say 45 Euros for the strawberry/raspberry treat?
Anyhow, just gorgeous!

Helene said...

Pink makes my does Gerard Mulot's boxes! Lovely roses!

Di Overton said...

You forgot to come home?
Was it a senior moment or were you just having a fab time?

Anne Corrons said...

Thanks Carol; I love pink!

Anonymous said...

I like your palette of pinks -

here is a French palette:
Rose bonbon
Rose saumon
Vieux rose
Rose vif
Rose thé
Rose fuschia
... help yourself!

Asia Jacyna Divakaran said...

Hello Carol!
I havenot stopped by in a while but wanted to tell you how much I love your recent watercolor. You have me inspired to try it out for myself- beautiful as always!


Parisbreakfasts said...

Thank You Marie-Noëlle for all the
French ROSES!Most helpful especially since the French were the first to cultivate the roses that came from China :)

Anonymous said...

I love Gerard Mulot's pink box and everything that comes inside.
He is one of the BEST in Paris...not given his full due IMO

Cannelle Et Vanille said...

pink, pink, pink! and that strawberry tart??? oh yum!!!

Anonymous said...

Interesting that pink is very much a Parisien color somehow in our minds and memories..
Is it from the Hollywood movies?
Think Pink was Schap's purfume of course..
? ? ?