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A Touch of Spice and Color

Edward Weston first saw the lowly bell pepper as an object of artistic exploration in his wonderfully sensuous black-and-white photographs of peppers. Lundin Kudo added color and texture and three-dimensional form in these fun, larger-than-life sculptures of peppers. Then she embarked on a further exploration of form and colors in an eggplant sculpture, complete with a section of vine. All of these clay works were hand-built and include an iridescent firing to add a new dimension of interaction between color and light.

"A Touch of Spice" (2000)

21.5 in. x 13.5
x 10 in.




A Touch of Spice


"Green Pepper" (1998)

30 in. x 30 in. x 28 in. (real red pepper for contrast in size)

Private collection




Green Pepper


"Eggplant" ( 2000)

7 in. x 16 in. x 9 in.

Private collection








"Red Pepper"

approx. 30 in. high

Private collection




Red pepper



"Yellow Pepper"

15 in. x 12 in.
x 14 in.

Private collection




Yellow pepper




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