Feature Articles

March 2014

Carolina Artist Gallery in Morehead City, NC, Features Exhibit Focused on Food

Carolina Artist Gallery in Morehead City, NC, is presenting Art that Looks Good Enough to Eat, featuring works by invited artists, on view through Apr. 4, 2014.

Show Director Sheila Brodnick says that this will be a lighthearted and fun exhibit. Artists were invited to depict anything and everything edible. All media will be represented. Clay artists were especially encouraged to design, imaginative, unusual serving pieces with the whimsical food theme.

Judges will evaluate the artwork in two categories – artistic merit and the “yummy” factor. In other words, what makes you think “I’d like a bite of that right now.” Charles Smith will judge entries from an artist’s point of view.

Smith is the Curriculum Coordinator for Carteret Community College’s Fine Arts and Humanities Program. The challenge of deciding what looks good enough to eat goes to Shana Olmstead. Olmstead is the Hospitality & Culinary Arts Curriculum Area Coordinator at Carteret Community College.

Carolina Artist Gallery is a nonprofit artists’ co-op located on the historic Morehead waterfront.

For further information check our NC Institutional Gallery listings or visit (www.carolinaartistgallery.com).

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