Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Flourless Chocolate

Flourless Chocolate, oil on panel, 5"x7"

They went strawberry picking and she wore that dress he loved.

Moist Devil's Food

Moist Devil's Food, oil on panel, 5"x7"

After a long day of work, she would don her prettiest dress and consume cake for dinner.

1-2-3-4 Chocolate

1-2-3-4 Chocolate Cake, oil on panel, 5" x 7"

She felt that milkshakes were the proper pairing with cake.

Seven Minute Frosting

Seven Minute Frosting, oil on panel, 5"x7"

You could still smell her sweet perfume ten minutes after she had left the bakery.

Devil's Food

Devil's Food, oil on panel, 5"x7"

One lick of the rich chocolate frosting and her worries fell by the wayside.


Orangesicle, oil on panel, 5"x7"

By the time they finished that kiss her coffee was cold.


Raspberry, oil on panel, 5"x7"

For her birthday she wanted two things: a raspberry cake and a string of pearls.

Yellow Wedding

Yellow Wedding, oil on panel, 5"x7"

She was taking the train to New York with three bags, her French Bulldog and a large yellow cake.


Ganache, oil on panel, 5"x7"

After dessert they went onto the roof and watched the stars.

Lemon Drop

Lemon Drop, oil on panel, 5"x7"

Every Sunday she wrote her Grandmother and baked a cake.

Angel Food

Angel Food, oil on panel, 5"x7"

Her favorite part of her birthday wasn't the presents but the cake.

Whipped Chocolate

Whipped Chocolate, oil on panel, 5"x7"

Her mother had taught her that if you make a boy this chocolate cake he'd marry you.


Meringue, oil on panel, 5"x7"

Even though it was a tradition Pearl didn't want to eat the cake in a year, she wanted to eat it right now.

Cake Spread

Cake Spread, oil on panel, 5"x7"

She threw herself a big birthday party, just to have an excuse to fill the house with cakes.

Six Layers

Six Layers, oil on panel, 5"x7"

She wasn’t the type to sugarcoat anything – except her famous six-layer cake.


Mint, oil on panel, 5"x7"

The other guests had long since left but there they were, slowly savoring another piece of cake until the last crumb was gone.