Words and Artwork by katherine sandoz Rhubarb’s approximately 2,700 year history sounds rich and, naturally, dirty. To wit, the vegetable sits in manure and woolen (or other waste) matter as […]
Words and Artwork by katherine sandoz The loquat, originally from China, blooms in early spring. Because of this, boys who sought the company of young woman with questionable reputations were […]
Words and Artwork by katherine sandoz Photography by Chia Chong Studio Assistant to katherine sandoz: Sofia Vizcaino Studio Assistant to katherine sandoz: Margaret Baggot Examine these two quotes on making […]
Somewhere, on a North African island where lotus grows abundantly, a race of people eat only the plant’s fruit, flowers and roots. They lead a life of peace and pleasure-seeking. So say the Greeks.
Everyone paints lavender because they wish to inhabit and possess the fields of their dreams.
If herbs and spices had an IMDb, then star anise would be a Robert DeNiro or an Ed Harris.
This week our muse is chocolate. So I chose this painting of someone wearing a pair of classic Chuck Taylor sneakers. “Hmmm?” You say. What do these two seemingly unrelated things have in common? Is it just the color? Nope. It’s more. In my estimation I see a commonality that transcends the obvious color.
My fondness for the artwork featured this week on Salted & Styled is composed of a two-fold list of ingredients: one part eggs, the other part simple words.
If you are feeling any childhood strings of sentimentality when it’s time to roast a rabbit, consider employing the French language.
POW! BLAM! ZAP!
Cartoon action words are the only accurate way to convey my overly-and-ever-so-dramatic reaction to one of JenMarie Zeleznak’s new works “I Have a Feeling, That You’re Feeling Less These Days.” It is this kind of feeling that is almost but not quite a doubled-over-at-the-waist-and-catching-my-breath-moment (I am admittedly given to drama, I think I mentioned that previously?).