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my paper sculptures illustrate this meal. perfectly displaying the geometry of food. the curves, lines, circles, squares shown separately and as a whole to create a meal. i've created of all the ingredients and the final dish. "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle" I use paper i've saved from various places. The pasta is made from old manila file envelopes (thank you marsi). You can see the writing still on it. Much of my other paper is from printing sample books i saved from the trash years ago. Joanne DeWald
Done for the Food Geometry Challenge. It's impossible not to think of citrus fruits for this challenge. Make a classic lemonade and add a colorful tropical fruit for flavor, or as a fun garnish. Don't forget to add some mint!
Food Geometry. When you have Japanese set meal, you'll see all kinds of shapes and forms from the tableware. On top of that, There are perfectly shaped triangle rice balls called Onigiri, rectangular-shaped omelette and even small dices of tofu in Miso soup!. I also draw traditional Japanese pattern often seen in Furoshiki clothes in the background to give the artwork the sense of place.
My mixed media paper collage was so much fun to make, as I thought about all the wonderful geometric shapes and colours of food. I think this might just be the first of many more illustrations for TDAC, as there are so many more lovely shapes and colours to play with!