caitlyn murphy

Hot summer in the city – I can smell these paintings from here! Yep, a fine blend of overripe fruit, damp cardboard, and cigarettes. Ahhh, makes me miss the days when I lived at Queen & Spadina … kinda. This is the memory-inducing work {gouache on paper} of Toronto based artist Caitlyn Murphy. Happy Friday… and don’t forget to buy your watermelon in the morning before it gets too hot!






comments (5)

  1. Laura Johnston /// 08.18.2017 /// 12:04pm

    I love these!!! The one with the ripe bananas and pink boxes is especially swoonalicious. Also love the unique quality of gouache.

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