Another trip to Maine offers the chance to see Lynn Karlin’s newest work

As our readers here know, after the mad pace of the holidays I took some time off in my favorite getaway spot…Maine.  I love visiting during the winter months almost as much as the summer.  Probably because what both seasons have in common is that I have so many interesting friends who live there year round:  My good friend Vicki (The Good Table); the very talented chef, Erin French of The Lost Kitchen; and my friend and photographer extraordinaire, Lynn Karlin.

Of course I can’t share Vicki and Erin’s food online with you but I can certainly share Lynn’s newest images for her “food pedestal series” which she shared with me at her studio.  THEY ARE AMAZING!  I showed the photos to Dana Cowin (Editor of Food & Wine Magazine) and loved her very astute comment on Lynn’s work:  “So much drama inherent in food”.

Purple Podded Peas | Yellow Doll Watermelon | Watermelon Radish  © Lynn Karlin Photography

Purple Podded Peas | Yellow Doll Watermelon | Watermelon Radish
© Lynn Karlin Photography

 

Squash Blossoms | Bosc Pears   © Lynn Karlin Photography

Squash Blossoms | Bosc Pears
© Lynn Karlin Photography

 

Romanesco Cauliflower | Watermelon Radish | Rusty Skillet (new series)   © Lynn Karlin Photography

Romanesco Cauliflower | Watermelon Radish | Rusty Skillet (new series)
© Lynn Karlin Photography

 

lynn at home

Lynn at home with her beautiful Garlic Scape image from her Pedestal Series on the mantel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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