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Re: food and art

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Dennis Golombek (golombek)
Sat, 17 Oct 1998 10:42:34 -0400

I replied to this earlier but it somehow got bounced back. My suggestion is to
look at the works of Wayne Thiebaud who does beautiful works with cakes, pies,
candy apples etc. American Artist magazine did an article on him a few years
back. Check him out.


Lincoln Arts wrote:

> The Arts Council of Placer County (California) sponsors a festival centered
> on agriculture and art - AGROart.
> Children, adults, and culinary professionals, and in individual or team
> categories are invited to create sculptures using Placer County agriculture.
> It began as a part of the local Mountain Mandarin Festival, and was so
> popular - it became its own festival last year. This year's festival was
> last weekend - and was highly popular with both the participating artists
> and the festival-goers. It's amazing what someone can do with an eggplant,
> a cucumber and some parsley!
> If interested, please contact the ACPC at (530) 885-5670.
> >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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> Jeanne-Marie Fritts
> lincarts

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