A Juried Food Art Exhibit
I just got back from this event, which was very indulgent. Combining a themed exhibit that focused on art that obsesses on food as both subject, material, and content, with a local gastronomical tasting and competition involving local chefs and eateries was about the best idea ever. I had three of my larger Gastronomical Excess paintings included.
|The entrance to Salisbury University Downtown Gallery. Jan Kirsh's resin sculptures filled the windows
|panorama of the left gallery alley. My 4' x 4' painting"Polished Key Limes" is 2nd from left
|"Flying Mangoes on the Baroque Palace Ceiling" looks down on Evolution Public House's decadent dessert ingredients
|closer up to "Flying Mangoes on the Baroque Palace Ceiling"
|"Donuts Behaving Badly: Drunks" hovers over grilled scallops with greens and pureed beets
|a frame from Anna Garner's single channel video
|Installation by Lea Wise-Surguy , foreground, a Kira Greene painting on the wall, and standing in the middle: Maarten Pereboom, Dean of the school of Liberal Arts, and Marisa Sage,
|Torching the marshmallow before adding a sauce that included a reduction from a local beer.
|Details from Kira Greene's mixed water media/pencil pieces
|A David Willison print behind some kind of fancy bacon dish being plated.
Palette artists include:
Andi Fink, Kira Greene, Anna Garner, Alyssa Hayes, Susan Holt, Jan Kirsh, Annell Livingston, Benjamin Madeska, Tim McCourt, Stacy Swinderski, Denise Stewart-Sanabria, Sarah Swist, David Willison, and Lea Wise-Surguy.