Joel Penkman is a New Zealand-bred artist with a knack for capturing food in playful and whimiscal ways. Her paintings of fictional food from films are creative and extremely realistic.
Now based in the United Kingdom, Penkman uses a method called egg tempera to capture food from films like Breakfast at Tiffany, Casino Royale and even the razor-thin garlic from Goodfellas (pictured above).
Here's what she had to say about the paintings: ''Food triggers memories and emotion, I like that people can bring something of themselves to the artworks. My favorite medium is egg tempera. It is very time consuming as I make the gesso to prepare my boards and grind my own paint mix, but the results are worth it.''
Check out some of her art below and visit her website to view other works. Penkman's artworks are available for puchase on Etsy.
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