Let them eat art …

• Edible Arts inspires aesthetic creations for happy tummies, eyes
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Photo provided - The annual Edible Arts competition garners creative and surprising food constructions. Maura Brennen constructed a colorful piece entitled, “Let Them Eat ... Frommage.

Photo provided - The annual Edible Arts competition garners creative and surprising food constructions. Maura Brennen constructed a colorful piece entitled, “Let Them Eat ... Frommage.

Bunnell Street Gallery announced the winners from this year’s outrageous art event, Edible Arts, a Homer tradition that grows more savory and sweeter every year. Edible Arts is a one-evening event inviting artists restaurants, non-profits, businesses, adults, and kids to create Edible Masterpieces.
Imagination is the limit as contestants create a hot air balloon out of Nori, mold chocolate in Buddhas, sculpt mermaids with cucumber fish scales.
This year’s winners include: Best Kids Entry, Asa Pannarelli, Melon Hear Hunter; Best Sugar High, Sharon Roufa, Devour Year of the Dragon; Best Feed-The-Masses, Brianna Allen, Octopus Garden; Most Alaskan, Ann-Margret Wimmerstedt, School of Salmon; Best Architecture, Marua’s Cafe, Let Them Eat… Fromage!; Emma McNary, Most Mmmm Good, Forget-Me-Not-Sweets, Dr. Seuss New Years; Best Wit, Kathee Kiefer, Chinook Wind Thaw and Best Of Show, Maura’s Cafe, Let Them Eat… Fromage!

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