Food is not just a source of nourishment, but also a source of inspiration and pleasure. We read books about food, see movies about food, so why not check out some art about food?

Right now there is a terrific show taking place at the Studio Gallery, a tiny little shoe box space jam-packed with affordable treasures. Over thirty artists present their painting, ceramics, prints, photography, sculpture, collage and more at Delicious: A show of culinary art.

The work will nourish, inspire and even amuse you. Just check out this fabulous pomegranate created by local artist Margo Rivera-Weiss, made from bottle caps and cans!

The show runs through April 3rd. If you are unable to make it in person you can see photos of the work from the show here.

Studio Gallery
1718A Polk Street (between Clay & Washington)
San Francisco
Weds – Fri 11 am – 8 pm
Sat & Sun 11 am – 6 pm
Mon & Tues by appointment

Food For Art’s Sake 16 March,2005Amy Sherman

  • wendygee has an online gallery titled Food as Art/Art as Food featuring local Bay Area artists who choose food as the subject of their art…or as the medium. Check it out at:


Amy Sherman

Amy Sherman began blogging in 2003, because all her
friends and family were constantly asking her where
and what to eat. Three months after it launched,
Forbes chose her blog, Cooking with Amy, as one of the
top five best food blogs, praising her writing as
“smart, cozy and witty”. Since then her blog has been
featured and recipes reprinted in many newspapers and
magazines in the U.S. and the world.

In addition to regularly updating her blog, Amy is a
guest contributor to the blog, and
Contributing Editor of Glam Dish. She also writes
restaurant reviews for SF Station.

Her focus on Bay Area Bites is primarily cookbook
reviews along with some interviews and current events.

Amy is a recipe developer and freelance food writer.
She is author of WinePassport: Portugal and wrote the new introduction to the classic cookbook, Jane Grigson’s Vegetable Book, published by the University of Nebraska Press. She recently completed 45 recipes for a Williams-Sonoma cookbook and wrote her first piece for VIA magazine.

She is currently serving on the board of the San Francisco Professional Food Society and is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals. Amy lives in San Francisco with her husband, tech journalist Lee Sherman.

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