Liz Brindley has come up with her own, unique way of combining her love of art with her passion for food and farming.
A printmaker, illustrator, farmer, educator and community organizer, Brindley presents a fascinating look at garlic, a species in the onion genus Allium, through her show and residency “Garlic,” which opens at No Land on January 13.
“Garlic” features drawings on handmade paper, prints and a huge, wall-size mural as well as installations of garlic skins, soil and a kitchen-like space. During Brindley’s two-month-long residency, No Land hosts workshops and events that are focused on art-making and food, including a printmaking workshop and a paper making workshop that incorporates garlic skins and recycled paper into the final product. [Read More…]