A Hand Drawn Feast Solo Exhibition Featuring works from Art Everyday: 365 Days of Food
When you think of a feast, what comes to mind: abundance, a sensory binge, or a joyous celebration? Well, the current art show, A Hand Drawn Feast is just that. With over 60 of food illustrations filling Wildhand Workspace in Brookland, DC, there is plenty to feast your eyes on.
The show, includes pieces from Art Everyday: 365 Days of Food – it's a culminating event of a yearlong project I undertook. Every day for one year, I illustrated a different food - everything from pickles to produce to pasta, and so much more. The result was the Hand Drawn Feast exbibit, which embodies a full year of work and most foods you can think of. While many of the illustrations were inspired by my travels, including the Pinxos from Barcelona and an Nicoise Salad from Paris, some simply represent my favorite foods.
Come see the show on the Brookland Arts Walk at the Wild Hand work space July 16 - 31.
If you can’t make it, a selection of the prints are available to purchase from the show here. Originals are also available, shoot me an email to see what's left! firstname.lastname@example.org
Read the BYT writeup for the show here.