Artist Victoria Reynolds used meat as her inspiration for a series of incredible paintings. Available now at the Richard Heller Gallery, her paintings feature extremely realistic-looking meat renderings encapsulated within amazingly detailed and creative frames.
We first found out about Ms. Reynold’s work from Bacon Today reader Pete Lim who stated about her work:
“Does it symbolize gluttony, American food worship, immortality vs. emminent demise? I don’t know. Does it make me hungry? Yes most definitely.”
We are currently clearing wall space at Bacon Today Headquarters for a few of Victoria Reynolds’ oil paintings. Now we just need to scrape up about $6,000…
In addition to the paintings, Pete also spied the following photographs on the wall at Avenue G restaurant in San Francisco. We don’t have any further details on the images, so if anyone knows the artist or can provide us more information we’d love to know!
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