Posts Tagged ‘Alimentum’

It’s mid-July, and here in New England, we’re still talking about this past winter.  The seemingly unending piles of snow will long live in the memory, and for me, so will the unexpected creativity born out of solitude watching things grow even in the dead of winter.  I’m honored to have a series of images from that period featured in the latest Alimentum The Literature of Food.  Enjoy!


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I am pleased to share that Alimentum Journal is featuring a set of my food photographs inspired by Japanese artist Yozo Hamaguchi.

Even before my extraordinary journey to Japan a few years ago, I had been intrigued by Japan and its culture, especially depictions of nature in print and on cloth, and as expressed in music, words and images.  But visiting Japan awakened my senses to food as visual art object.  Further research introduced the works of Yozo Hamaguchi, who inspired a whole series of photographs.

The Hamaguchi-inspired images can be viewed in the Alimentum Art Gallery HERE.

And you can view the full gallery of images on my website HERE.

Bon apetit! 😉


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