Palette Exhibition and Lecture at Salisbury University

I participated in a fun, food themed group exhibition, Palette and also gave an artist lecture to enthusiastic students at Salisbury University in Salisbury, MD last weekend in February. In Palette, Salisbury University Art Galleries exhibited artworks by artists who use food as subject, material or content. From carefully contrived still-life paintings, to humorous time based videos of drinking milk, the participating artists showed us that our stomachs are not the limit. In conjunction with the exhibition Palette, the Salisbury University Art Galleries has invited local chefs to create artworks out of food to explore the art and culture of the foods we eat, which celebrated the closing of the exhibition. Here are some of the photos (Click the post to view more photos).

Palette artists include:
Andi Fink,  Kira Nam Greene, Anna Garner, Alyssa Hayes, Susan Holt, Jan Kirsh, Annell Livingston, Benjamin Madeska, Tim McCourt, Stacy Swinderski, Denise Stewart-Sanabria, Sarah Swist, David Willison, and Lea Wise-Surguy.
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2 Responses to Palette Exhibition and Lecture at Salisbury University

  1. Jee says:

    OMG, Kira, You know, I went to Salisbury university as undergraduate, Roger, the chair of the art department was my design professor, and My mentor Jinchul Kim still teaches there! What a great surprise. the show looks good ! hope I was there.

  2. Kira says:

    Hi Jee! I forgot that you went to Salisbury. It was a nice place and Roger is really nice. I wish you were there, too. I had fun, and Salisbury is a great little university town!

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