Screaming Eagle 2007.

When we were over in America this was my chance to paint all the really neat artisanal cheeses that are being made there now. We discovered them through farmers’ markets and friends who had opened a cheese shop in town. In this painting there’s a Humboldt Fog, from Humboldt County, California; an Asher Blue, made at Sweet Grass Dairy in Thomasville, Georgia and a Cabot Clothbound Cheddar, aged at Jasper Hill Farm in Vermont.

The persimmons are a native fruit, they thrive in the Southern states. These ones came from trees growing in the fields at home. When they ripen you have to get to them fast, before the possums do.

The decanter and glass were hand-blown locally at Starworks glass studio. And I had a world class American wine to go with them.”


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