A Root Awakening, bringing Seeds of Hope, Ripe for the Picking, for those seeking to eat a rainbow of colors on their plates this year. Capturing the beauty of fruits and vegetables that aren’t ordinary, from both other cultures, and my own.
Here Today, Gone Tomato
(Heirloom Tomatoes) - Heirloom-Tomato-Red-and-Green
Persimmon of Interest
(Persimmon) - Orange, firm, and all flesh.
(Savoy Cabbage) - Savoy Cabbage, with all it's wrinkles and curves.
(Rambutan) - Soft spikes cover this fruit, with a sweet white flesh inside
(Banana Flower) - The flower of the banana hangs below the fruit. Under each petal is yellow flowers.
(Swiss Chard) - With deep green leaves and red stems, the Swiss Chard provides both color and texture
I Yam What I Yam
(Sweet Potatoes) - Japanese-Garnet-Purple-Sweet-Potatoes
You’re the Zest!
(Buddha Hand, Citron) - Buddha Hand is in the Citron family, and is all zest, no flesh.
(Karela/Bitter Melon) - Bitter Melon is crinkly, full of seeds, and bitter.
Final Project for PH2300, Studio Photography 2, College of DuPage, Fall 2018