"Donax Stew for Lunch” by Barbara Hopkins is an 18”x 24” palette knife acrylic ready to hang float-mount-framed canvas.
Harking back to when grandmother kept the grandkids engaged on lazy summer mornings by challenging them to dig the elusive donax (an edible saltwater clam also called coquina) that would ultimately become lunch, a stew much like oyster stew. Painting memories that strike a cord with the viewer is an underlying purpose of many figurative works by Hopkins.
Location: This artwork is online only but can be viewed by appointment at the Plantation Artists Guild and Gallery
This painting is between 20” and 30” so please select “Large Painting” in the shipping tab if not local. (Free local delivery within 32034. Select “Pickup in Gallery“ as your shipping option.)