Monday, October 15, 2012

Cut Potato Skull

Henry Ryder was cutting a potato, saw this skull form and thought of us. He said "I could do a more intentional one- but I liked the serendipity."

There should always be enjoyment with food. When I see artwork made with food, I'm curious if the maker enjoyed this food, and the creation, or if it was made because the meal was bad and out of boredom from not wanting to consume it. This potato skull seems to be in preparation for a larger meal. Perhaps the slices will join their ever skull like brethren, mushrooms.

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