So many posts are waiting to be published, so today, I take in three at once. First, I gladly did a guest post again for Hauptstadtmuttis – this time my goal had been to make an asparagus dish for children. Seems impossible, don’t you think. […]
All posts filed under: FOOD PAINTINGS
FoodPaintings is a series of photographic essays on the many links between food and art – a recipes’ ingredients that provoke a visual idea; a paintings’ mood that leads to a culinary treat; a crop that perfectly fits a pictures’ patterns. The photo shootings are based on the paintings and artists’ materials of the Berlin-based painter Constance Schrall at B.L.O.-Ateliers.
Nougat & Marzipan Praline Cub(e)ism
There’s so much passion for food in the city, sometimes in places where you wouldn’t expect. A few weeks ago already, we came across this rooftop statement which we would absolutely agree to:
FoodPaintings: Kale & Truffles for Christmas – Grünkohl und Trüffeln zu Weihnachten
Without any initial idea for a certain recipe, the kale & truffles connection has been on my mind for quite some time already – absolutely down to earth the former and very refined the latter. Indeed, truffles grow and look quite grounded as well which […]
Food Paintings: Irregular Veggie Beauties – Food Paintings: Gemüse-Schönheiten jenseits der Norm
It has been some weeks ago already that I mentioned my guest-time at Constance’s and Claudia’s beautiful painter’s atelier at B.L.O., isn’t it. Indeed, I could not yet take the time to do some further photographic exploration between canvas and paint – although I had […]
Lentils, Pasta & Blackberries: Monochrome Food Patterns
Here comes another food & photo session at BLO Ateliers! It’s about patterns and textures this time – both in food and artist’s materials which I had the wonderful opportunity to make creative use of in Constance Schrall‘s studio. No more words needed – everybody […]
Summer Salads: Food Paintings with Constance Schrall @ BLO
Two wonderful weeks lay behind us – our time as guests in Constance Schrall‘s painter studio at BLO Ateliers in Berlin Lichtenberg during her vacation. What a unique occasion to explore the connections between the look of foods and the texture of paintings!