Food For Thought

broken-dreams-by-jennifer-barlow-insertThe Capitol Hill Art League hosts its annual region-wide art competition show with an opening reception on Saturday, March7th from 5-7 PM at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop located at 545 Seventh Street, S.E, Washington, DC 2003. The show, entitled Food for Thought, juried by well-known Washington food writer Bonny Wolf, pays note to Washington, D.C.’s status as a foodie town. From creative fare to celebrity chefs to unique venues, the nation’s capital boasts diverse restaurants that fit any palette and price range. There may be more talk about food in DC than politics these days. The selected artists’ works represent many media and a range of subjects from humble vegetables, comfort food and artistic concepts that creatively capture the ever-popular topic of food. To see the full list of exhibiting artists, click here.

Bonny Wolf is a journalist who contributes a monthly food commentary to NPR’s award-winning “Weekend Edition”, is author of “Talking with My Mouth Full – Crabcakes Bundt Cakes and Other Kitchen Stories” and is managing editor of American Food Roots, a national food blog.

This is a multi-media show, which runs through April 16th, 2015. The Arts Workshop is located three blocks south of the renowned Eastern Market on Capitol Hill.

Image: “Broken Dreams” by Jennifer Barlow, Oil