Meyer lemons from a neighbor's garden made a lovely combination with a blue piece of paper. I enjoy painting lovely colors from life -- these lemons, of course, go on to become lemonade.   

This painting is done on gallery-wrapped canvas, the sides are painted white, and the painting come ready to hang. 

- Ann McMillan

Meyer Lemons

Oil painting on stretched canvas

Signed on front and back

12" h x 12" w x .5" d
0 lbs. 3 oz.



Ann McMillan
Mountain View, California

Getting to Know Ann

Ann’s artistic career has been an adventure in many styles of painting. She began with science and botanical illustration, followed by an exploration of portraiture and figure painting, and then pursued plein air landscape painting. Ann is now focusing on small impressionist still lifes, while continuing to experiment with landscapes and abstraction on the side. “My biggest obstacle as a painter is my fascination with doing new and different styles and media,” she says. “It is an ongoing struggle and adventure.” However, she has discovered pure joy in still life. The artist finds spending time with fresh fruit, vegetables, and flowers a treasured opportunity for true observation.