Doughnut Art Portrait

Meghan Cochran's sweet portraits pay tribute to 12 varieties of the perfect food.
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Meghan Cochran

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Meghan Cochran created by

Meghan Cochran

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Painter's Dozen

Whether you call them an indulgent breakfast or sweet coffee break companions, we're with you: Doughnuts are the perfect food. Don't they deserve to have their portraits painted? Meghan Cochran says yes, rendering twelve enticing varieties on her easel in oil, reproduced here in framed, digital prints that retain each frosting—er, brush—stroke and even the illusion of canvas texture. All of her subjects were enthusiastically approved by Meghan's taste-testing team (her two toddler daughters). From classic glazed to pink frosted with sprinkles, her tributes to these treats make tasty additions to your decor. Made in Oregon.

We spoke with Meghan about her many loves, from baked goods to her kids, on our blog.

Meghan Cochran

created by

Meghan Cochran

“The need to creatively express myself has been a lifelong requirement.”

Meghan Cochran is a wife, mama, and artist working out of her studio in Bedford, New Hampshire. Her doughnut paintings serve as mini devotions to her sweet daughters’ wide-eyed wonder of the world. They’re her way of going back to childhood, being completely absorbed in the magic in everything.

She earned her BFA in Painting from the New Hampshire Institute of Art, where she learned that alizarin crimson and phthalo green make the prettiest black when mixed. Creating art is her way of untangling seemingly unrelated events and experiences, and meditating on her innermost thoughts and desires.

We spoke with Meghan about her many loves, from baked goods to her kids, on our blog.

Exclusive Made in the USA
Measurements
6.25" H x 6.25" W x 2" D
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Care
All art on paper should be protected from moisture and from prolonged, direct sunlight.
Item ID
47764

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These are the perfect addition to my kitchen. They're so cute and well made. Love them!

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