Monday, March 30, 2009
Join us for the opening of Randel Plowman's show, "Once Removed".
Randel Plowman graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a B.F.A. in Printmaking. He has worked in the medium of collage since 1982. Plowman’s art has been exhibited in solo and juried exhibitions throughout the United States. His work is included in many public and private collections in North America and abroad, including the Cincinnati Art Museum.
The Frank Duveneck Arts & Cultural Center
Friday, April 3, 2009
6:00pm - 9:00pm
The Frank Duveneck Arts and Cultural Center
1232 Greenup St.
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Monday, March 02, 2009
The Art of Food
Ornate edible creations and sculpture were often created for celebrations in the cities and courts
of early modern Europe. The Art of Food, an upcoming Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts
Center special exhibition of ephemeral art created out of food, pays homage to this past
“tradition” and will feature food as more than a necessity; but a visual and taste experience.
The Art of Food explores the ways in which food is a complete sensory experience through creative
interpretations from artists who use food as the inspiration for art. Today, the food industry is
integrated in all aspects of pleasing the senses. This unique two-week exhibition attracts the art
and culinary masters of the area to create a collage of art, food and atmospheres.
EDIBILITY FACTOR MAKES EVENT UNIQUE
This special exhibition, presented by bigg’s, begins on March 6 from 6:00-9:00pm with a veritable
feast for the eyes and also the palate. During the event, top chefs and culinary experts from the
Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati area will blend with fantastic local artists to stage the
dynamic way in which food comprises an art form. Over 600 guests will engage in scrumptious
sampling while visually feasting on works by returning artist Eric Brass who is doing a Serat painting
out of Froot Loops and Edvard Munch piece out of penny candy, Randel Plowman (collages),
Ana Fragoso (food carvings), and Richard Prince (marzipan) as well as the following:
Rivercity Works – Art Academy of Cincinnati Glass Exhibit
Warren Trefz, John Rusza, Zachery Herrman, Chad Cully, Phil Taylor, Ted Jeckering
Works in Clay
Sandy Manteuffel, Glenda Suttman, Karen Herbert, Jancy Jaslow, Brenda Tarbell, and Rachel Wells
The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center 1
Opening Event Tickets Are On Sale Now:
$25 per person / $15 for Carnegie Members
** Member discount available through the box office only. Please call directly at 859.957.1940 **
Advanced tickets are encouraged. For more information, go to www.thecarnegie.com or call
Admission is free for the exhibition, March 9 through March 20.
The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center
1028 Scott Blvd., Covington, KY 41011
Tel: 859.957.1944 Email: email@example.com