A Feast for the Eyes: Food in Art

Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving – surrounded by people you love and filled with yummy food.
Here's a no-calorie feast just for your eyes.

Painting of onions and a copper bowl by Sylvia Tucker
©Sylvia Tucker, Onions with Copper Bowl. Oil, 12 x 16 inches. Used with permission.

 
Painting of sushi by Sarah Atlee
©Sarah Atlee, Lunch at Sakagura. Acrylic and colored pencil on paper, 22 x 22 inches. Used with permission.

 
Green peppers with lime and salt photo by Jonathan Meter
©Jonathan Meter, Shishito Peppers with Lime. Photograph. Used with permission.

 
Colorful pumpkins in a wagon by Richard Hall
©Richard Hall, Heirlooms. Oil, 36 x 34 inches. Used with permission.

 
Fabric collage of green apples by Karin Olah
©2010 Karin Olah, Newton’s Daydream. Fabric, gouache, acrylic, and graphite on canvas, 36 x 12 inches. Used with permission.

 
Painting of pears by Sarah Hansen
©Sarah B. Hansen, Sunshine in a Box. Watercolor on Plexiglas, 30 x 22 inches. Used with permission.

Please share your gratitudes in a comment or even a link to your own eye feasts.

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20 thoughts on “A Feast for the Eyes: Food in Art”

  1. Thank you so much, Alyson, for selecting my “Sunshine in a Box” to be in your Thanksgiving post. I’m humbled to be included with such amazing artists! Love it and hope all the readers have a wonderful day!

  2. Alison,
    I have enjoyed your newsletter a great deal. I am currently not in the us, but your newsletter gives me valuable information to help me start what my goals might be. Thanksgiving was spent with friends in Cambodia. We had real turkey and a fabulous Thanksgiving meal. Nothing like being in a foreign country to realize how thankful and fortunate we are! A small group of us went to see the sights of Angkor Wat and to learn about some of the NGO organizations active in the area as well. Best regards, linda

  3. Hi Alyson, hope you had great Thanksgiving! Thank you for choosing one of my images for this post and thank you for sharing the other wonderful food art. Great for the holiday season!

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