at the Worcester Center for Crafts is an exhibit that reveals a unique view of food, the first solo show of Worcester-based photographer Donna Dufault.
The exhibit is the culmination of Dufault’s many years photographing behind the scenes in the “inner sanctum” (the kitchen) of chefs throughout the East Coast.
“I’m fascinated by the art of preparing food and the tools used to create it,” said Dufault. “The dents, scratches, cracks and patina all create beauty in their imperfection,” she said. “I truly enjoy tracking down the tools, and documenting their vulnerability from human treatment.”
The exhibit presented in the center’s Krikorian Gallery, 25 Sagamore Road, Worcester, opened Jan. 20 and will be on view through Feb. 27. Images in the exhibit are sometimes very abstract imaginings, while others are more clearly about the objects themselves.
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