Where Our Food Comes From Part One:

The Receiving Jar

April 23-June , 2015

 

Galaudet Gallery presents Part 1 of Where Our Food Comes From:  The Milk Receiving Jar: Dairy Farming in the 21st Century which reveals new perspectives in dairy farming through oil paintings, drawings, photos and fiber art influenced by rural culture and the people that feed us.

 

Where Our Food Comes From is a four part exhibition series seeking to understand our food’s origins within the realization of the cultures and people who create it.  The Milk Receiving Jar: Dairy Farming in the 21st Century is Part One of this series and it questions sustainability issues inherent in dairy farming through introducing the crops and processes involved with bringing milk to our tables.

 

Please view the Receiving Jar Art Collection Catalog at

 

Receiving Jar Art Collection Catalog

Receiving Jar `
Receiving Jar `

by Vicki Milewski Pencil on Paper

press to zoom
Dawn in the Barn
Dawn in the Barn

by Vicki Milewski Pencil on Paper

press to zoom
Milk House Door
Milk House Door

by Vicki Milewski Pencil on Paper

press to zoom
What god said 5
What god said 5

by Vicki Milewski Pencil on Paper

press to zoom
Receiving Jar Reflections
Receiving Jar Reflections

by Vicki Milewski Pencil on Paper

press to zoom
Door Keeps Opening
Door Keeps Opening

by Vicki Milewski Pencil on Paper

press to zoom
Glenn's Corn 6:  Sun Shining Thought It
Glenn's Corn 6: Sun Shining Thought It

by Vicki Milewski Gamblin Oil Paints on Belgium Linen

press to zoom
Glenn's Corn 5:  The Inspiration
Glenn's Corn 5: The Inspiration

by Vicki Milewski Watercolor on canvas with silk thread

press to zoom
Glenn's Corn 7:  Another Dawn
Glenn's Corn 7: Another Dawn

by Vicki Milewski Gamblin Oil Paints on Belgium Linen

press to zoom
Where Our Food Comes From:
The Receiving Jar

April 23-June , 2015

 

Galaudet Gallery presents Part 1 of Where Our Food Comes From:  The Milk Receiving Jar: Dairy Farming in the 21st Century which reveals new perspectives in dairy farming through oil paintings, drawings, photos and fiber art influenced by rural culture and the people that feed us.

 

Where Our Food Comes From is a four part exhibition series seeking to understand our food’s origins within the realization of the cultures and people who create it.  The Milk Receiving Jar: Dairy Farming in the 21st Century is Part One of this series and it questions sustainability issues inherent in dairy farming through introducing the crops and processes involved with bringing milk to our tables.