Celebrate Art and Cuisine with the Sacramento Artists CookbookDec 20, 2023 04:08PM ● By Sacramento Fine Arts Center News Release
'Savoring Sacramento: An Artists’ Cookbook' features artwork from local artists, celebrating the rich culinary and visual arts sectors of Sacramento. Photo courtesy of Sacramento Fine Arts Center
CARMICHAEL, CA (MPG) - This year the Sacramento Fine Arts Center celebrated food and art with an artists cookbook. This cookbook is made up of recipes from multiple individuals and features artwork from local artists. Sac Arts worked with the community to create a publication that celebrates the rich culinary and visual arts sectors of Sacramento. We are dedicating this beautiful art cookbook to our Sacramento area community with its incredible diversity of languages and cultures. Many of the recipes reflect the richness of the Sacramento area as well as its history in its art and recipes. Sac Arts is proud to be located within such a community and to support its creative life in many ways.
This book features 300 pages of art and recipes from our community. Cookbooks can be purchased in our Gallery Store for $45.
Sacramento Fine Arts Center is located at 5330 Gibbons Drive. The gallery is open to the public: Tues. - Fri. 11am - 3pm and Saturday 11am-5pm. There is no fee to visit our gallery. Our gallery is temporarily closed December 17- January 2.
Illustrated pages from Savoring Sacramento: An Artists’ Cookbook featuring Lemons, by Joann Lindelof-Wilson, watercolor 36” x 20” 2020. Artichoke Lemon Soup recipe by Pamela Mares. Image courtesy of Sacramento Fine Arts Center
The Sacramento Fine Arts Center was founded in 1986. Our Mission is to encourage the creation and presentation of original visual arts, to support the cultural life of the community, and to encourage all artists to fulfill their potential. Classes, exhibits and competitions are ongoing at the Fine Arts Center 5330-B Gibbons Drive, Carmichael, CA 95608.
For more information call (916) 971-3713 or visit: www.sacfinearts.org.