In 2008 I was approached by Fleur-de-Lis Design in Toronto, who were working on the Platinum Club at the Air Canada Center in Toronto, looking for food images with a fine art aesthetic. These below were chosen. Printed on Arches paper using the Piezographic process, they have a remarkable depth and richness.
These pieces showed first at the juried Toronto Outdoor Art Festival, then at Pentimento Gallery, and then at the 2010 First Canadian Place Summer Salon:
The highlights, for me, include Bill Pusztai's deep-focus black and white photographs of the veins and striations in vegetable matter (his scallion branches resemble diagrams of muscle groups, and his ginger root, pimpled as a teen forehead, is both leathery and soft)