08 July 2010

new project: plum gorgeous










Hello again. Working on a new project with Nani Steele, and she creates the most simple, incredible tastes and flavors with her dishes. And she works like a true artist. It's like a Jackson Pollock painting in your mouth. Or like that scene in 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory', where Violet eats the three-course meal piece of gum and is shouting names of the dishes she tastes. Like this: cinnamon! cardamom! fennel! honey! spicy! sweet! delicious!
All these polaroids with a poem by William Carlos Williams:

I have eaten
the plums
that were in
the icebox

and which
you were probably
saving
for breakfast

Forgive me
they were delicious
so sweet
and so cold

8 comments:

Nani Steele said...

you're the best, Miss Sara. So awesome to work with-a poet with film, yourself. the collaboration is truly important, none of this would work without your eye
and sensibility. Brava!!

Tricia said...

Where do I start? Love the photos, the simple dessert and the art metaphors. Your blog is simply stunning!

ann said...

I love this! Beautiful, simple and inspiring!
ann

Erin Lee Gafill said...

well, you have done it again, in poem, image, word.

I am compelled now to drop everything and run into the kitchen, start up a batch of fruit jam (apricots are waiting!) while photographing, painting, and writing about it all at the same time!

You are a true artist, Sara, and inspire us all to stay connected to the source.

Yumi @ Natsukashii said...

Your work and your blog are so delicious! :)

enhappied said...

i enjoy your brilliant photography, miss. remington. thank you for inspiring.

Kathryn and Brooke said...

I love that poem Sara, what a perfect compliment to your gorgeous images.

Amelia PS said...

love the vintage flavor in these images