Vintage Box Grater watercolor painting, Original ART, 5 x 7 by Sharon Foster
Source: P Baker See more culinary art
Painted by Mike Geno, burrata and roasted carrots by Marcie Turney of Barbuzzo.
No idea where this came from, but it’s a cool idea.
Sometimes just a collection of stuff amounts to art.
I love glass things.
Lobster dinner painting
Source: Linda Olsen Artworks
Two walnuts – by Tanja Moderscheim
Read about this painting on: Dutch Oils Art
Art can take many forms…
Source: Fivebrothersonesister see other examples
Pouring the coffee
Photographic art is still art.
I saw this and loved it.
Source: Pintrest (lost the link, if it’s yours, let me know and I will add it)
Table de cuisine
Fernando Botero Paintings, 1967
Source: Art Paintings Gallery
Culinary – Wine & Lemons by Barbara Ruzzene
Source: fineartamerica see more details
Cooking by Daphne Bennett
Source: Daphe Bennett and check her blog Oh Daphne Paints, fascinating.
As soon as I saw this painting, I knew I had to feature it here.
Vineyard for Two – Sung Kim
Something different today.
I am fascinated by fried eggs, here’s a collection:
Image: Vic Vicini
Image: tjalf sparnaay
Image: Kristine Kainer
Image: Fred Bromfield
Image: Ylli Haruni
Garlic and Wine
This is a special piece of art, because I know the artist within the realms of the blogosphere.
From a post Concrete Jam and iPads on The Rioja Diaries
The surprising thing is that this and other pieces of art on the post are made on her iPad.
Pop on over and see more of her work.
Something so simple as a silhouette on a kitchen wall.
Source: Ideas Decor