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Stanford Slutsky’s Realistic 3D Sushi Art And Box Of Chocolates Are Featured At “Share The Bounty” Juried Art Show At New Studio For Visual Arts. Opening Reception November 8

Stanford Slutsky‘s 3D art will be a major focus at the upcoming “Share The Bounty: The Art of Food” juried exhibit at the New Studio for the Visual Arts in Jupiter.  Meet this award-winning artist at the Opening Reception on November 8.  Debby Coles-Dobay, Public Art Administrator – Boynton Beach Art In Public Places, will serve as juror.  The Art of Food is a unique event, showcasing the artists’ creative process of interpretation.  The exhibit takes place November 4 – 27 and proceeds will benefit the Palm Beach County Food Bank.  The Rickie Report shares the details here.  Please bring non-perishable food to drop off!






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“SHARE THE BOUNTY: The Art of Food”

A Juried exhibition to benefit the

Palm Beach County Food Bank





Opening Reception and Awards

November 8, 2019

5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Exhibit Available November 4 – November 27, 2019


 The New Studio for the Visual Arts

1615  S. Cypress Drive in Jupiter





“Samurai Sushi” by Stanford Slutsky




A recent interviewer wrote, ” Walking into the home studio of Stanford Slutsky is like walking into Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory, the giant-sized hyper-realistic art on the wall looks good enough to eat. What looks like luscious chocolates is actually made of Plaster of Paris, rigid foam, tacky glue, glitter, acrylic and much more.



Stanford Slutsky working in his studio on a Stack of Pancakes





Stan tells The Rickie Report, “Creating these magical masterpieces has been a gift. It just comes to me from a higher authority”.  A self-taught artist, he has been creating most of his 78 year old life.  He remembers winning awards in high  school for his artworks, which focused on creating jewelry.



“Half Dozen Donuts” by Stanford Slutsky



His almost-computer- but-made-by-hand exact geometric abstracts involve countless hours and when we see them, one wonders how he kept his eyes straight!  A flashback to his earlier days driving a Good humor truck brought him to his latest artwork – 3D food.  Need a half dozen donuts with no calories?  Stan can deliver!  Sharing a box of fancy chocolates with your sweetie?  Stan can personalize them for you!






This good feelings from childhood come racing back, as you see beyond life-size pizza slices, ice cream bars dripping as they “melt”, sushi, hamburgs, and so much more.  His enjoyment is not only derived from the creative process, but from seeing the smiles on the faces of art lovers who collect his work.






“Chocolate Sampler” by Stanford Slutsky



Stan’s artwork has been seen all over the world and while he is proud of his achievements, he is most proud of his family and wife Kathy.  He tells us, “I have always liked working with my hands,” said Slutsky, adding, “When I was a child, there was something about the illusions magicians created that captured my imagination. I want that same vivid sense of illusions to be central in all my artwork”.  Now, we get to appreciate his illusions~



Slutsky has exhibited in numerous venues and participated in many national and international competitions including  the on line gallery in the UK, Coral Springs Museum of Art, Boca Raton Museum of Art 54th annual All Florida Juried Competition and Exhibition, (out of more than 1100 submissions by nearly 400 artists, he was one of less than 100 artists chosen to represent the best in Florida. Slutsky, was nominated to the Florida Arts Hall of Fame in 1993. His “Assorted Box of Candy” won an award at The Armory of West Palm Beach, Art in Public Places at the  Palm Beach International Airport, to mention a few.




The New Studio for the Visual Arts is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit charitable educational organization. Partial proceeds of sales during this exhibition will help feed countless hungry children and adults in the community. Their location will also be a collection center for non-perishable food items to benefit the Palm Beach County Food Bank.



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