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Re: food and art

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Dennis Golombek (golombek)
Thu, 15 Oct 1998 15:32:50 -0400


You may also want to look into the work of Wayne Thiebaud who has done some
magnificent work with baked goods pantings( cakes, etc.) as well as his candy
apple works. The glazes he uses on the paintings of the apples really makes
them standout,

Dennis

Ann Wilschke wrote:

> Fifteen years ago of so, I attended a series of lectures at the Toledo
> Museum of art on the topic of food and art. It was quite enjoyable. At
> least one of the evenings was led by Vincent Price. As I remember it was
> mainly slides and looking at depictions of food in paintings. But how
> about Claes Oldenburg and his soft sculpture foods? We've all seen too
> many elementary project where clay is modeled to look like food! Ann W.
>
> On Thu, 15 Oct 1998, Vibeke Thomsgaard wrote:
>
> > Hello!
> > I'm doing research on the relations between food and art. Has anyone got
> > any thoughts on this subject?
> > - artists using food as an art medium
> > - artistic cooking (culinary art)
> > - how has our relationship to food changed over the centuries
> > - Etc......
> >
> > Could we possibly get a discussion going?
> >
> > Thanks-Vibeke
> >
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