Eating fresh, local food is something that I already love– but when Sandy Freeman described her vision for “Biscotti,” an up-and-coming restaurant conveniently located a few miles from my home featuring local food, music and art, she had my full attention. The Biscotti will be serving classics as well as ethnically-inspired cuisine and have an emphasis on dessert & coffee served with, you guessed it, fresh biscotti– mmmmm.
I was invited to be their opening artist, which means my work will be featured once they open the doors, likely from May to June. I am honored and am printing a few more recent photos to commemorate the event. I plan to have over a dozen on display, but here are a few:
^This will be my largest piece measuring 3 feet across and printed on canvas
^ most of the rest will be framed, matted 8×10 or 5×7 inch photographs
^ koi in our pond 🙂
These prints and others will be available for viewing and purchase at the Biscotti’s grand opening. If you are wondering where it’s located, it’s right off of SU’s campus on Earl Street where “The Hop” used to be. I hope to see you there!
Additional art work can be viewed by clicking this galleries link or galleries in my top menu bar.