Visual artist Fudd, known for his contemporary abstract paintings with a gritty urban influence and Chef Nina B. are presenting their inaugural event, The House that Art Built a gallery exhibition combining food and art on April 30 at The Living Gallery located in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
The House that Art Built, is a collaborative effort highlighting the more than 20 paintings by Fudd and the epicurean delights by Chef Nina, who are both self-taught in their respectable fields as well as born and raised in Brooklyn.
The evocative and colorful journey will be interactive for attendees as Fudd will be live painting and utilizing the gallery and attendees as his motivation. Chef Nina B. has curated a menu of light bites with notable ingredients encouraged and inspired from the paintings.
In addition, during the exhibit, vocalist Mic Blaque will perform. Both Fudd and Chef Nina B seek to highlight their talents fostering the fervor for both art and food as well as meshing both old and new Brooklyn.
The House that Art Built takes place on April 30 from 4-7 pm at The Living Gallery 1094 Broadway Brooklyn, New York 11221. A donation of $10 is suggested but not required for attendance.
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