Description Plumcot or Pluot trees are a marriage of Plum and Apricot produce a fruit that looks like an unripened plum until it is either falls off the tree or is picked, then allowed to sit in a basket stored in a cool location. When ripe the fruit turns yellow. When divided in half, the pit looks like an apricot pit.
Richard Thomas, Santa Rosa Member Since June 2009 Artist Statement I was born Richard Thomas 70+ years ago in Southern California. Art has always been my passion, especially painting with acrylics, oils or water color. As well as drawing. Studied architectural drafting and design at San Bernardino Valley Junior College between 1968 and 1970.
By June of 2004, Richard Thomas retired from the retail meat cutting trade. After all my chores were done at home I started another career working in a local camera shop to supplement my retirement income. There I discovered another art form - painting with light. Digital photography makes it incredibly simple to capture the beauty of God's creation. The first thing God created was light. Without light there is no color. God is light and in Him there is no darkness.