I get hungry just looking at these images, yet they are obviously made from cardboard! Inspired by food as varied as French Pastries to Burgers with Fries, artist Patianne Stevenson paints, cuts, folds and glues cardboard to form sculptures which represent the things we eat (or long to eat) everyday.
On her website, Stevenson writes, “Art and food have a long and notable history together. It’s a history that crosses all cultures. From the broad interactions of societies, to intimate domestic scenes, food has been portrayed through art again and again. I fold into this tradition a sensibility which envisions the kitchen as a palette, and the essence of food as more than it’s taste.”
Currently the artist as a show called “Feast For The Eyes: The Art Of Food” showing at the Noyes Museum of Art through January 13, 2013.