When shopping for veggies, have you ever taken a minute to admire their sheer beauty?
One Berkeley native, Kimbar, casts an artistic eye and likes to create veggie still-lifes. She visits the Montclair Farmers’ Market regularly, and just added several winter images to her art exhibit.
Let’s start with some freshly-harvested brussel sprouts. Even if you are a sprout hater, the range of natural green-blue colors, shapes and sizes are oddly compelling.
Next we see a cornucopia of veggies, which rivals the old masters. I wonder if Kimbar captured what the vendors presented or set the stage herself.
The last work is a radishes bouquet. If you look carefully, you will see these radishes are a close-up of the veggie cornucopia. They look so nice in their natural and root-filled state.
There’s just something about these winter seasonals which are irresistible – whether you love to eat ’em or simply hate ’em. This should snap us out of the storm doldrums, right?
Postscript: Hardly anyone made it to the Farmer’s Market this weekend, except for the vendors who faithfully showed up with their goods. The weather and holiday weekend conspired to keep the place empty.
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