A bowl of succulent, dark purple grapes sit on a wooden table. Perhaps you jut set them out as a snack on your picnic table to share.
Possibly you've read Steinbeck's 'Grapes of Wrath', possibly you considered such difficulties as a situation unique to the Great Depression. But is it? Its a story both of the trials of being a farm worker, but also of being a refugee: Nothing left, risking everything in hopes of improving life, only to find a life of oppression and exploitation in turns.
There's a delicate and unassuming beauty in a bowl of grapes, simple, but enjoyable. What if a simple grape was beyond your grasp?
12x16 inch original acrylic painting on cradled panel
13 inches high x 17 inches wide, framed size
Mounted in a maple float frame, ready to hang
Varnished with UV protective coating, satin finish
Photos include example room decor.