FEAST FOR THE EYES - FOOD FOR THE SOUL
A bountiful harvest of art from over 60 artists
- the virtual show in 6 sections:
Home, Hearth and Humor
Feast for the Eyes
Food for the Soul
See a SELECTION of these pieces IN PERSON at the Belmont Gallery of Art 19 Moore Street, Belmont MA.
Sneak peek at the IN PERSON show at the BGA
-Elka Schumann, Founder Bread and Puppet Theater
Marcus Tullius Cicero
Acrylic on canvas
16 x 20
An enduring memory of pandemic life is the hive that was my family's home, all spaces in use, particularly the kitchen. Our circle widened as far as the vegetable garden and nearby farms and orchards. I thought about germinating, planting, harvesting and preparing. I was sustained and engaged by our contained world, while also provoked by conversations about race, climate and politics, processing them together with my family and in solitude. I hope my paintings reveal some of these layered observations.
John Lubbock (1834-1913), “The Pleasures of Life”
A Welcome Sight
10 x 16
$50 (high quality print, unframed)
My wife and I travelled to Santa Fe right before Covid struck and we went to the Railyard Farmers Market one of our first mornings and picked up some fruit. After a long day of hiking we can back to our room and this scene was on the desk in the fading afteroon light. It was a welcome, nourishing sight
Sarah Jessica Parker
Learn more about the artists of NOURISH - we ask 5 artists 5 questions
Episode 1 - Julie Dapper
1. What is you favorite piece in NOURISH?
2. What is your favorite nourishing thing to eat?
3. What artist would you have over for dinner and what would you talk about?
4. What book and what piece of music nourishes you?
5. Who would you have paint you portrait?