GROUP EXHIBITION AND OPENING-Tasty
Artists with Developmental Disabilities at San Francisco's Creativity Explored Serve Up a Tantalizing Smorgasbord of Art Inspired by Food
Come and get it! This summer, you can satisfy your craving for art for the kitchen and beyond with a new exhibition and sale of works dedicated to food glorious food entitled "Tasty" at San Francisco's Creativity Explored. It's an "All U Can Buy" buffet of original drawings, paintings and sculptures that feature a mouth-watering array of incredible edibles from dancing radishes to the mid- century modern joys of Jell-O. Camille Holvoet, whose passion for pastries has been a life long inspiration, contributes a series of luminescent oil pastels of cupcakes and cakes. Text-based artist John Patrick McKenzie also sticks to sweets with an ode to pies scrawled over Neopolitan ice cream-striped wallpaper. Kevin Roach contributes a not-so-traditional butchering chart for pork. One of the cuts he cites is the "Picnic Shoulder." The snout is labeled as "ink (canned)".
Tasty an exhibition of art inspired by food by more than 15 artists with developmental disabilities at San Francisco's Creativity Explored
Opening Reception Thursday, August 14, 2008 from 7 to 9 p.m.
Exhibit Dates and Times August 14 October 1, 2008, Monday through Friday
10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Thursday until 7 p.m. and Saturday 1 to 6 p.m.
Creativity Explored Gallery
3245 Sixteenth St. at Guerrero, San Francisco
Creativity Explored is a visual art center where artists with developmental disabilities create, exhibit and sell art.