food in still-life



Where does the year go? This coming weekend would be a year  since we held my photography exhibition "Food in still-life" at the delightful Culinarium restaurant and gourmet shop owned by friend Daniela Schwendemann. The vernissage was held on a cool autumn afternoon and spent with friends and customers alike; chatting eagerly with a glass of Prosecco or a mug of hot chocolate in hand. Each autumn impression were printed directly behind quality, acrylic glass in either a glossy or matt finish, uniformly mounted against the wall to give a 3D and elegant impression.

Prior to the opening, I had spent several Saturday mornings all "bright eyed and bushy tail" perusing each aisle of our local Gutenberg Platz food market. A visit to Peter's Pilz would not prove to be a let down. With the help of the vendor, we would carefully select unblemished Flamingo mushrooms who would then become my model on that same afternoon—by the end of the weekend, the mushrooms were thrown into the fry pan with a variety of the mushrooms then served with rice Asian style!

 To view the image gallery of the exhibition, please open the link below.

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Exhibition images "Food in still life" held at the Culinarium resturant and gourmet shop.

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Hanna-Mari said:

Great pictures, as always smilies/grin.gif! Hope you are doing well!
November 12, 2012

Anni Cameron said:

Julie, your photography just gets better and better! It's a visually sumptuous smorgasbord you've created.
November 13, 2012

Hester @ Alchemy in the Kitchen said:

Congratulations on your exhibition. You have a lovely eye for detail.
November 17, 2012 | url

Joy Mackey said:

smilies/smiley.gif Stunning work Julie, I am very impressed.
December 01, 2012

Joy Mackey said:

What beautiful photography!
December 01, 2012

Julie said:

Thank you, I had a lot of fun shopping and styling for the exhibition. I have more summery images to come!
December 11, 2012 | url

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