My kids and I have an annual ritual in November. I buy a dozen gigantic pomegranates at Costco, and we sit around the table getting the seeds ready to freeze. Occasionally we expel Jack from the lineup, as he eats more than he leaves.
The annual production is so worth it, as we’ve got a year’s supply of frozen seeds to put on just about everything or eat straight from the bag. Little did I know that the first stop in my mother-daughter Spain adventure, Granada, is named for the pomegranate. There were pomegranates everywhere…depicted in cathedral sculptures, in tiles, woven into fabric, and of course, growing around us.
This tiny little painting (5″x5″, $75) was just my artistic speed for a jet-lagged week back to work. Prints can be found here https://fineartamerica.com/featured/pomegranate-anne-lewis.html?newartwork=true
Next up, those Spanish landscapes…what a beautiful and inspiring country!