This month, the Island’s premiere food magazine, Edible Vineyard, celebrates its one-year anniversary by teaming up with Featherstone Center for the Arts for an exhibition, titled The Art of Food. The show features work by over ten Island artists, ranging from photography to food-themed painted rocks by Cammie Naylor to Nina Carelli’s food-inspired etchings.
An opening reception for the exhibit was held last week, but for those that missed it or wished it hadn’t ended, there is another scheduled for tonight, April 16, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Virginia Weston Besse gallery at Featherstone’s Oak Bluffs campus. Live music by Sabrina and Groover and food by Gina Stanley of the Artcliff Diner will be provided under the gallery’s tented porch. The exhibit itself remains on display from April 11 to 21. For more information, visit featherstoneart.org or contact Edible Vineyard at 508-693-2425 or firstname.lastname@example.org.