Spring 2017: April 28 - May 7

Art of Food Gallery

In the fall of 2015, ArtWeek began celebrating creativity each season with the Art of Food. We have tapped the creative genius behind the hospitality and restaurant sector and these partner restaurants feature a special ArtWeek menu item inspired by a piece of art, a favorite album, artist or an arts group – where nothing is off the table! The best part? Some of these restaurants have generously committed to making a contribution that will purchase arts supplies for local schools, libraries and community centers. See the gallery below for past entries. If you’re a restaurant, bartender, or chef who would like to join us next season, please email artweek@bochcenter.org.

Fall 2016


Kelley Ryan concocts “Lavender” inspired by “Priscilla Queen of the Desert”


Chef Anthony Dawodu recreates Fernand Leger’s “Les Disques”


Tracy Bigelow Grisman painted Satchmo and Ella portraits, inspired by their duet called “St. Louis Blues”


Chef Charles Draghi dedicates “Blue in Green” to Miles Davis’ “Kind of Blue” album


Joe Choinier’s “White Over Red” cocktail inspired by Mark Rothko & 4 Town Farm

Chef Marisa Iocco “Reflections of Della Robbia”


Jimi Hendrix’s “Little Wing” cocktail


Josh & Katrina cooked up 3 dishes based TS Eliot’s poem “Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock”


Bob Ross and the Joy of Painting’s “Happy Little Dessert”


Alex Howell pours “Night of the Light” inspired by Philip Jose Farmer & Jimi Hendrix

John Lennon's "Strawberry Fields Forever"

Steven Peljovich stacks John Lennon’s “Strawberry Fields Forever”


Slice inspired by Magritte called “Ceci n’est pas une pizza”


“Persistency of Memory” cocktail inspired by Dali’s infamous clocks

Inspired by Tracy Bigelow Grisman’s “Baker Dozen” painting

Spring 2016


David Blackwood

"Hello Nasty" based on the Beastie Boys' album

Beastie Boys’ “Hello Nasty” album

Inspired by Louis Prima's "Angelina"

Louis Prima’s “Angelina”

Inspired by

O’Keefe’s “Abstraction White Rose”

Inspired by Jackson Pollack's "Number 10, 1949"

Jackson Pollack’s “Number 10, 1949”


Ogata Korin’s “Chrysanthemum”

Matisse's "The Cut-Outs"

Matisse’s “The Cut-Outs”

John Lennon's "Strawberry Fields Forever"

John Lennon’s “Strawberry Fields Forever”

Leroy Schmaltz' Tiki Idols

Leroy Schmaltz’ Tiki Idols

Nele Azevedo's "Melting Men" installation

Nele Azevedo’s “Melting Men” installation

Fall 2015

Inspired by Jackson Pollack

Jackson Pollack

Inspired by John Lennon's "Strawberry Fields Forever"

John Lennon’s “Strawberry Fields Forever”