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Oriana Kacicek July 7, 2011

Posted by nrhatch in Art & Photography, Food & Drink, People.
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I’ve featured Oriana’s paintings before, but I couldn’t resist sharing a few more:

Orange Juice

Red Grapes

Toasted Marshmallows

Hungry for more? 

Visit Paintings by Oriana Kacicek  and/or Prints by Oriana Kacicek . . . for more of her FUN and fabulous “edible art.”

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1. Tilly Bud - July 7, 2011

Doublelike! I can’t believe they’re not paintings.

nrhatch - July 7, 2011

It’s amazing how she uses paints to create food that is better looking than what food photographers shoot.

Yummy! 😀

Tilly Bud - July 8, 2011

Sorry; I meant photographs. I can’t believe they’re not photographs. They are fabuluous.

nrhatch - July 8, 2011

I read your comment in context as . . . I can’t believe they’re paintings. . . . skipping over the not. 😀

2. Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide - July 7, 2011

So glad it’s almost lunch time!

nrhatch - July 7, 2011

Same here . . . I’m thinking fruit and ice cream for lunch. 😉

3. Cindy - July 7, 2011

I am in awe …

nrhatch - July 7, 2011

When you do your first cookbook . . . you might see if she wants to partner up with you.

What a splash that would make in the culinary scene!

4. SidevieW - July 7, 2011

are you sure these are not phtos, they are so amazingly real

nrhatch - July 7, 2011

I know, right? Pretty amazing realism.

5. kateshrewsday - July 7, 2011

I’ve always admired people who can see light in its most basic terms like that. Amazing.

nrhatch - July 7, 2011

Exactly. The way she translates images onto canvas, capturing every essence, amazes me.

6. souldipper - July 7, 2011

Very talented woman!

nrhatch - July 7, 2011

Isn’t she? Makes me feel better about not painting often these days . . . I am hardly depriving the world of my artistic talent. 😀

7. Rosa - July 7, 2011

I’m so glad you’re enjoying Oriana’s work!!! Aren’t her paintings just delicious?? I can’t believe how realistic they can be. Barbara Kacicek does really amazing photorealist work also…

nrhatch - July 7, 2011

After you featured her ballet slipper a few weeks ago, I signed up for her e-mail alerts. Every painting she’s released has been delicious! I’ll have to check out Barbara’s work soon.

Thanks for introducing me to Oriana’s work, Rosa.

8. jannatwrites - July 8, 2011

I’m impressed – they look like photos! I have zero painting talent, so of course I admire those who do 🙂

nrhatch - July 8, 2011

I love the process of painting . . . it’s soothing and relaxing to choose one color and the next and the next. But my completed paintings are nothing to “wow” about. 😉

9. earlybird - July 8, 2011

These are extraordinary.

nrhatch - July 8, 2011

Aren’t they? Just exquisite.

10. therealsharon - July 8, 2011

Yum! I am in awe of her talent! 🙂

nrhatch - July 8, 2011

Unlike the still lifes of the Dutch Masters . . . the food in these paintings makes me thirsty for more.

11. adeeyoyo - July 8, 2011

Excellent real life paintings!

nrhatch - July 8, 2011

With many/most photo-realist paintings, I wonder . . . why didn’t you just take a picture?

Not so with Oriana’s work. Her painting captures it all.

12. Jeanne - July 8, 2011

Wow!! They look like photographs. Just beautiful, thanks for sharing.

nrhatch - July 8, 2011

Glad you enjoyed ~ photo-realist art that makes photographers go “wow.”

13. CMSmith - July 9, 2011

She can come over and roast my marshmellows anytime she likes. They’re exactly the way I love them.

nrhatch - July 9, 2011

Maybe that’s the reason I can’t paint perfectly toasted and roasted marshmallows . . . mine look burnt. 😀

14. ElizOF - July 10, 2011

Such scrumptious looking paintings… Now I’m hungry. 🙂

nrhatch - July 10, 2011

She has great taste! 😀


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