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SOUL FOOD

Soul food – food for your soul to survive. From modest ingredients evolved complex, hearty, and delicious cuisine. Every ethnic group has what it calls “soul food” - soothing comfort food that connects us to precious memories of childhood, first dates, holidays, grandmother’s kitchen, our country of ancestry, etc... For the layperson, the term “soul food” might mean African-American cuisine, but it’s deeper than that. It’s food that connects us to our roots and has the power to nurture and heal.

Featuring 17 artists from two countries and spanning several media including drawing, painting, sculpture, and video, Soul Food shows us food for your soul to survive.

 

From modest ingredients evolved complex, hearty, and delicious cuisine. Every ethnic group has what it calls “soul food” - soothing comfort food that connects us to precious memories of childhood, first dates, holidays, grandmother’s kitchen, our country of ancestry, etc... For the layperson, the term “soul food” might mean African-American cuisine, but it’s deeper than that. It’s food that connects us to our roots and has the power to nurture and heal.

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Soul Food is on view until February 25. Many of these works are for sale. For inquiries visit the gallery:

Saturdays noon - 6pm, Sundays 11am - 3pm at 11 S. Spring Street, Elgin, IL 60120?

or email info@sidestreetstudioart.org