The Edible Landscape takes us back to the land.
The most profound garden image I carry is of my grandmother in spring, bending down to gather a handful of soil in her hand. She squeezed it, smelled it, opened her hand and let it fall back to the ground. Was it moist enough? Did she smell the life force of the compost? Was it ready for planting?
There was something magical about her connection to the garden and the bountiful flowers and vegetables she would produce. It is that connection that inspires every bite in my edible landscape exhibition.
– Victor Cicansky, October 23, 2016
– Photo by Gina Fafard/Slate Fine Art Gallery