I posted this as a work in progress a while back, and since that time, it has been sold, finished, varnished, framed and delivered... in that order. It's truly a wonderful thing to sell a piece before it's completed!
I chose the title, Tomato Bull's-Eye, for two reasons. The first is the composition, with the stacked plates' concentric circles reminiscent of a target, the crisscrossed shadows and fine blue lines of the top plate reminding me of crosshairs. The second is the tomato itself, a beautiful Italian heirloom variety, called 'Cuore di Bue', which means 'Bull's Heart'. It was that reference to a bull that pulled it all together. I do enjoy coming up with titles!