Sam Talks: Food, Art, & Impressionism

Things to do
0 Love It
Save it
Sam Talks: Food, Art, & Impressionism
More Less
Seattle Art Museum says
Local chef Renee Erickson and artist Jeffry Mitchell discuss the connections between food and art, inspired by "Intimate Impressionism."

Get tickets: http://bit.ly/1Mzlugc

One of the country's most acclaimed chefs, Renee Erickson is a James-Beard nominated chef and the owner of several Seattle restaurants: The Whale Wins, Boat Street Kitchen, The Walrus and the Carpenter, and Barnacle.

Erickson's luscious cookbook is perfect for anyone who loves the fresh seasonal food of the Pacific Northwest. Defined by the bounty of the Puget Sound region, as well as by French cuisine, this cookbook is filled with seasonal, personal menus like Renee’s Fourth of July Crab Feast, Wild Foods Dinner, and a fall pickling party. Home cooks will cherish Erickson’s simple yet elegant recipes such as Roasted Chicken with Fried Capers and Preserved Lemons, Harissa-Rubbed Roasted Lamb, and Molasses Spice Cake.

Renee Erickson's food, casual style, and appreciation of simple beauty is an inspiration to readers and eaters in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Jeffry Mitchell was born in Seattle in 1958. He received his MFA in printmaking at the Tyler School of Art, Temple University in Philadelphia. For more than twenty-five years Mitchell has produced idiosyncratic sculptures, drawings, and prints. His oeuvre seamlessly combines high and low references that span religion, sex, nature, fine art, and folk and decorative arts traditions.

Mitchell has been nominated for numerous national awards and was a recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation grant in 2009.

Mitchell’s work can be found in numerous private and public collections including the Seattle Art Museum, Philadelphia Art Museum, Fogg Art Museum (Harvard University), and the Portland Art Museum.

Members: $5 Adult: $10 Student/Senior: $8
On our website: http://bit.ly/1Mzlugc

Artwork: "Still Life with Milk Jug and Fruit" (detail) by Paul Cézanne, ca. 1900. visitsam.org/impressionism

#SAMImpressionism
More Less

By: Seattle Art Museum

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/441205632670692
To improve this listing email: feedback@timeout.com