You’ve had your fill of the artistic temperament. In your experience, they’re usually out to lunch — especially when baked. And always eggin’ you on.
As for the starving artist, let him eat cake.
Patianne Stevenson’s Art on the Menu is a vision worth its salt. The collection tempts with delectable culinary-themed paintings and scrumptious (looking) sculptures.
Edibles from sushi and burgers to squash and strawberry shortcake beckon from the plate in acrylic or watercolor palettes. Vibrant shades and an intimate frame elicit a healthy appetite and appreciation. For dessert, Stevenson’s meticulous cardboard pies and cupcakes give fresh meaning to “too sweet to eat.” Sweeter still: A portion of all sales goes to Northwest Harvest.
So be indulgent.
This diet’s good for the art.