Taste The Rainbow (Capsicum annuum), watercolor, 6.5 x 21. Brandi Malarkey, artist. ItsAllMalarkey.com

When Pride Meets Peppers

So when you spend the day at Pride in the Park promoting the local chapter of the Awesome Foundation, glorying in the bright rainbows abundant everywhere, right after painting a jalapeno and a green bell pepper in an attempt to figure out “shiny”, and shortly thereafter your friend sends you a photo of a luscious purple bell pepper:

and you’d had no idea previously that there WERE purple bell peppers, so you get very excited and demand one of your very own to paint, and THEN your husband buys a red, orange, and yellow bell pepper for dinner:

it is entirely possible that someone, no one is sure quite who, may have stolen the peppers and there weren’t any vegetables for dinner that night.

However, when the result is this, how can it be a bad thing?

Taste The Rainbow (Capsicum annuum), watercolor, 6.5 x 21. Brandi Malarkey, artist. ItsAllMalarkey.com

Capsicum annuum
Taste the Rainbow
(bell peppers)
Watercolor
6.5 x 21

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