2.23.2014

ART FEAST SANTA FE - Edible Art Tour 2014






Deborah Fritz - Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art



This is a fun and delicious event. Now in its 17th year, the Edible Art Tour invites ticket holders to meander a  myriad of galleries -  both downtown and on Canyon Road - where they can dine on nibbles prepared by some of Santa Fe's fabulous restaurant chefs. This wonderful fundraiser benefits ARTsmart, a nonprofit that engages New Mexico youth in the visual arts. 

And meander I did, beginning with



where I found contemporary art by GEORGINA GELLMAN LATINO - wine - beautiful women - art  - and margaritas.













Passed hors d'oeuvres by 



NEXT  




 Before I even walked through the door of this lovely gallery, my nose told you that you would be in for a treat.





Roast Suckling Pig, lavishly presented by 



  

With lots and lots of  BBQ sauce...It was amazing.



And of course, the art was spectacular as well.


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Moving on up the street, 
 I heard  banjo music coming from
TRESA VORENBERG GOLDSMITHS.







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NEXT TANSEY CONTEMPORARY  - formally Jane Sauer Gallery. 
Got there just as Executive Chef Lane  Warner (and his wonderful staff) of La Plazuela at La Fonda were setting up. Missed the food, but got  big smiles; and one from beautiful Jerri, who volunteers for this event each year.





                                       




Hanging Garden by Erik Gonzales




FOOD BY





Immersed by Michael Bergt

NEXT?

Gicaobbe-Fritz Fine Art &
GF Contemporary







This was the perfect spot to finish my ARTFEAST meander. Everything was themed at both galleries (they are across the street from one another).







Nigel Conway



FACE PAINTING WAS VERY MUCH IN EVIDENCE










And ROOFTOP PIZZERIA truly got into the spirit of the BIG TOP!




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2 comments:

  1. This is another fabulous post giving us a taste of the City Different. Your photography tells such wonderful stories.

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  2. Thank you Ruth for your kind words...It was fun!

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