Artful recipes from the Art Etc. Gallery Shop

Potluck Postscripts

I’ve been represented by the Art Etc. Gallery Shop at the Art Gallery of Burlington, Ontario for two years. Recently, the volunteers and staff collaborated on a delicious project. The result is Potluck Postscripts, “a collection of favourite recipes paired with images of original artwork from Art Etc. Gallery Shop.”

The book is beautifully designed and four of my watercolours are featured. The first two images shown in the book are VIN ROUGE, by yours truly, and FENCE AND BARN, an oil pastel by Aleda O’Connor. We’re side by side in the cause of art and cooking as we are in everyday life.

Excerpt from Potluck Postscripts

If you’re looking for a Christmas gift with a creative flavour, drop by the Art Etc. Gallery Shop. It’s located in the Art Gallery of Burlington at 1333 Lakeshore Road, Burlington, Ontario. For more information, view their website at http://artgalleryofburlington.com/ArtEtc/ or give them a call at (905) 632-7796 Ext 301.

Excerpt from Potluck Postscripts.

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5 Responses to “Artful recipes from the Art Etc. Gallery Shop”

  1. scottcooperstudio Says:

    Looks like a fun project!

  2. Carol King Says:

    What a great idea! Art and recipes.

    Happy Holidays, Barry.

  3. lindahalcombfineart Says:

    What a beautiful book. Your paintings inspire me to try still life again. They are so colorful and exciting.

    • Barry Coombs Says:

      Thanks, Linda. Still life is an under-rated genre. If nothing else, observational painting from still life is a great discipline, like life drawing.

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