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"Toast to Counting, by Sandra Gross and Leah Busch, will make every child smile. After all, every child likes the idea of playing with his or her food."

-Shari Schmidt, www.chicagonow.com

– Thank you Chicago Now!
CLICK HERE for the full review.

After working their magic on the toast, Gross and Busch show, at the back of the book, what they did, and this is where the counting comes in: one piece of toast, two cracked eggs, three pats of butter, and so on.
– Thank you INFODAD.COM for the great review - Click here to read the full story from INFODAD.COM
Our “Toast To Counting” friend! Pick up your copy at Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore.

Our “Toast To Counting” friend! Pick up your copy at Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore.

We made a book! Sandra Gross and Leah Busch present, Toast to Baby,  a new line of baby board books to enchant your art-loving little one. "Toast to Counting" is the first in the series, featuring all original cast and fused glass illustrations. Inspire your creative baby, and liven up your clever coffee table with this one-of-a-kind baby art book.
Order yours today! $7.99Available Brazee Street Studios and Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore Cincinnati, Ohio

We made a book!

Sandra Gross and Leah Busch present, Toast to Baby,  a new line of baby board books to enchant your art-loving little one. "Toast to Counting" is the first in the series, featuring all original cast and fused glass illustrations. Inspire your creative baby, and liven up your clever coffee table with this one-of-a-kind baby art book.

Order yours today! $7.99
Available Brazee Street Studios and Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore
Cincinnati, Ohio

The greatest thing since sliced bread might be the glass toast by Sandra Gross and Leah Busch at The Art of Food, in its sixth year at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington.

-Kathy Schwartz, CityBeat

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW ONLINE

 

Glass Toast, Balloon Sushi and The Art of Food

By Kathy Schwartz · March 13th, 2012 
ac_art of food_rothkotoast_leahbuschsandra gross
The greatest thing since sliced bread might be the glass toast by Sandra Gross and Leah Busch at The Art of Food, in its sixth year at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington.

“This is going to be branding material,” gallery director Bill Seitz decided after the Brazee Street artists delivered a small serving at last year’s show. Figuratively speaking, half a loaf was not enough. This year, the colorful, glossy slices decorate the exhibit’s program and deservedly have a big room of their own. 

Gross and Busch elevate a craft to an art form. A tile might look like Wonder Bread, but it’s not mass-produced, Seitz says, noting that each piece is time-intensive, as the glass is fired multiple times for different effects. 

And what effects! Plaid toast pops out of a vintage toaster. A rack of Rothko toast glows in shades of orange, red and brown. Images of Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, the Virgin Mary and even W.C. Fields are mini-miracles. The room’s centerpiece is a light table displaying dozens of slices topped with glass butter, jam, cheese and sunny-side-up eggs. The artists have even sprinkled “cinnamon” to make smiley faces, as a parent might do to amuse a child at breakfast. Seitz calls such a memory-triggering detail “another layer of animation.”

THE ART OF FOOD exhibit is free and continues through April 13 at Covington’s Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center.

 
 

















A recap of our incredible night at the Art of Food at The Carnegie. Thank you to everyone that came out to support TOAST, the show was amazing!

visions of sugar plums > 513 {eats}

Proud to see our other Brazee Street Studio Artists represented! Carla Morales, Sara Pearce, and everyone that came out to support.

photos by gina weathersby


Round Two! We are so excited to be participating in The Art Of Food exhibition at The Carnegie again this year. Don’t miss this food-filled opening reception with all the best chefs in town flaunting their eats! Food, drinks, and Art about food and drinks! TOAST will be in full effect in the upstairs gallery.
Friday, March 2  6-9pmThe CarnegieVisual and Performing Arts Center

Round Two! We are so excited to be participating in The Art Of Food exhibition at The Carnegie again this year. Don’t miss this food-filled opening reception with all the best chefs in town flaunting their eats! Food, drinks, and Art about food and drinks! TOAST will be in full effect in the upstairs gallery.

Friday, March 2  6-9pm
The Carnegie
Visual and Performing Arts Center

"Toast to Counting, by Sandra Gross and Leah Busch, will make every child smile. After all, every child likes the idea of playing with his or her food."

-Shari Schmidt, www.chicagonow.com

– Thank you Chicago Now!
CLICK HERE for the full review.

After working their magic on the toast, Gross and Busch show, at the back of the book, what they did, and this is where the counting comes in: one piece of toast, two cracked eggs, three pats of butter, and so on.
– Thank you INFODAD.COM for the great review - Click here to read the full story from INFODAD.COM
Our “Toast To Counting” friend! Pick up your copy at Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore.

Our “Toast To Counting” friend! Pick up your copy at Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore.

We made a book! Sandra Gross and Leah Busch present, Toast to Baby,  a new line of baby board books to enchant your art-loving little one. "Toast to Counting" is the first in the series, featuring all original cast and fused glass illustrations. Inspire your creative baby, and liven up your clever coffee table with this one-of-a-kind baby art book.
Order yours today! $7.99Available Brazee Street Studios and Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore Cincinnati, Ohio

We made a book!

Sandra Gross and Leah Busch present, Toast to Baby,  a new line of baby board books to enchant your art-loving little one. "Toast to Counting" is the first in the series, featuring all original cast and fused glass illustrations. Inspire your creative baby, and liven up your clever coffee table with this one-of-a-kind baby art book.

Order yours today! $7.99
Available Brazee Street Studios and Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore
Cincinnati, Ohio

The greatest thing since sliced bread might be the glass toast by Sandra Gross and Leah Busch at The Art of Food, in its sixth year at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington.

-Kathy Schwartz, CityBeat

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW ONLINE

 

Glass Toast, Balloon Sushi and The Art of Food

By Kathy Schwartz · March 13th, 2012 
ac_art of food_rothkotoast_leahbuschsandra gross
The greatest thing since sliced bread might be the glass toast by Sandra Gross and Leah Busch at The Art of Food, in its sixth year at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington.

“This is going to be branding material,” gallery director Bill Seitz decided after the Brazee Street artists delivered a small serving at last year’s show. Figuratively speaking, half a loaf was not enough. This year, the colorful, glossy slices decorate the exhibit’s program and deservedly have a big room of their own. 

Gross and Busch elevate a craft to an art form. A tile might look like Wonder Bread, but it’s not mass-produced, Seitz says, noting that each piece is time-intensive, as the glass is fired multiple times for different effects. 

And what effects! Plaid toast pops out of a vintage toaster. A rack of Rothko toast glows in shades of orange, red and brown. Images of Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, the Virgin Mary and even W.C. Fields are mini-miracles. The room’s centerpiece is a light table displaying dozens of slices topped with glass butter, jam, cheese and sunny-side-up eggs. The artists have even sprinkled “cinnamon” to make smiley faces, as a parent might do to amuse a child at breakfast. Seitz calls such a memory-triggering detail “another layer of animation.”

THE ART OF FOOD exhibit is free and continues through April 13 at Covington’s Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center.

 
 

















A recap of our incredible night at the Art of Food at The Carnegie. Thank you to everyone that came out to support TOAST, the show was amazing!

visions of sugar plums > 513 {eats}

Proud to see our other Brazee Street Studio Artists represented! Carla Morales, Sara Pearce, and everyone that came out to support.

photos by gina weathersby


Round Two! We are so excited to be participating in The Art Of Food exhibition at The Carnegie again this year. Don’t miss this food-filled opening reception with all the best chefs in town flaunting their eats! Food, drinks, and Art about food and drinks! TOAST will be in full effect in the upstairs gallery.
Friday, March 2  6-9pmThe CarnegieVisual and Performing Arts Center

Round Two! We are so excited to be participating in The Art Of Food exhibition at The Carnegie again this year. Don’t miss this food-filled opening reception with all the best chefs in town flaunting their eats! Food, drinks, and Art about food and drinks! TOAST will be in full effect in the upstairs gallery.

Friday, March 2  6-9pm
The Carnegie
Visual and Performing Arts Center

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"Toast to Counting, by Sandra Gross and Leah Busch, will make every child smile. After all, every child likes the idea of playing with his or her food."

-Shari Schmidt, www.chicagonow.com

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"After working their magic on the toast, Gross and Busch show, at the back of the book, what they did, and this is where the counting comes in: one piece of toast, two cracked eggs, three pats of butter, and so on."
"The greatest thing since sliced bread might be the glass toast by Sandra Gross and Leah Busch at The Art of Food, in its sixth year at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington."

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