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From: Peter Kaizer (PkPotter at aol.com)
Subject: Re: ArtScape '96
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I live in Baltimore and have done Artscape in the past. I acctualy
juried it a few years ago. I would not recomend it to a functional
production potter. If you are selling inexpensive jewlery( clay or
otherwise) you would do ok. They do get alot of people but most of them are
there for the food ( which is from many of the good resturants in town) and
the music. Hence the local nick name of Foodscape. If you want to visit our
fair city, leave the work and booth at home and bring the kids and enjoy the
in Baltimore where the snow is turning grey.
Picture-perfect salads // A palate-pleasing palette of tastes
25 July 1985
FIVE STAR SPORTS FINAL
``The freshest vegetables are available in Chicago now,'' said Sawallisch, who buys from a wholesaler and also shops at Treasure Island stores for ``their amazing variety.'' In true artistic fashion, ideas pop into her head as she views the ``foodscape.''
Dispenser Keeps Tabs on Spices
ADRIANNE MARCUS, SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE
17 February 1988
The San Francisco Chronicle
Paloma is the newest restaurant on the Berkeley foodscape.
EXPANDING AMERICAN CUISINE: REGIONAL FARE IS EVERYWHERE. (RESTAURANT MENU IDEAS; INCLUDES RECIPES)
By Cecile Lamalle
1 June 1990
Copyright Penton Publishing Inc. 1990
California Cuisine, so prominent on the American foodscape right now, is a specialty of the 23-year-old Vintage Press Restaurant in Visalia, California.
Gettysburg Times - 11/27/1991
...turkey. But as I survey the future FOODSCAPE, it isn't the feast that..
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Wednesday, November 27, 1991 525 k
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