This is a small mostly gouache painting from 2004 on masonite. It’s a painting of one of the Market’s most characteristic stores, Corner Vegetables, on Pike Place in the Sanitary Market Building at the entrance to the Market on the short stretch of Pike Place before it makes its 90 degree turn.
There is a persistent opinion out there, not held by everyone, that this is the best painting I’ve ever done.
This image has been selling since 2004 as a full-size 14 x 18 poster, an 8 x 10 poster, and in two of the most popular skinnies.
Corner Vegetables is unframed. It measures 18 x 24 inches, portrait format.