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Brighten Your Mood With Artfully Presented Food! Stanford Slutsky’s 3D Sculptures Are Now On Sale

Brighten your mood for 2021 with one of Stanford Slutsky’s artful 3D food creations at 50% off until January 15, 2021! His artwork has been seen world wide and is available in local galleries.  From giant sized hyperrealistic replicas of sushi, macarons, Good Humor Dessert Pops, or even a Chicago Dog, you can indulge yourself with no calories!  Check out his newest chocolate candy box selections – perfect for your Valentine! The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks. Contact Stanford to see his newest piece, “My Favorite Licorice” !   






Stanford Slutsky with display of boxed chocolates

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We specialize in three dimensional mixed media giant-sized hyper-realistic fine art replica sculptures of Good Humor Dessert Pops.



50% off until January 15, 2021 




Stanford Slutsky’s gallery includes healthy fruit snacks as well as childhood favorites!




Stanford Slutsky has lived in Florida the past 38 years and is a full time working artist. Walking into the home/gallery/studio of Stanford Slutsky is like walking into Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. Even better, the giant sized hyper-realistic art on the walls looks good enough to eat and are calorie free! What looks like luscious chocolates are actually made of resins, rigid foam, adhesives, acrylics, a lot of imagination and some proprietary techniques that this creative has devised himself.





Stanford Slutsky’s Candy Dots on Paper





At 79 years young, Stanford has tapped into his creative side most of his life. Even in high school, he was winning awards for his artwork. At that time, it was for jewelry making. Later, he moved into painstakingly working on abstract geometric optical illusion  art, hand painting every minuscule perfectly measured line and angle to create unique and eye-tricking perspectives. 



Stanford Slutsky’s dish of candied apples




Slutsky decided to switch it up and revert to when he drove a Good Humor Ice Cream Truck in the summer of 1957 and being in the grocery business.  It was a throwback to good feelings, the memories of childhood. He wanted to create art that made someone smile and have that sense of nostalgia.





Stanford Slutsky offers a wide variety of food art





He accomplished this with his art that looked like chocolate bars, chocolate candies, ice cream bars, doughnuts, pizza, hamburgers, French fries, sushi and more. His latest piece is called “My Favorite Licorice.” He creates these artworks in his studio, which happens to be in his perfectly organized garage that is where the magic happens. 



Stanford Slutsky’s double burger





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 and Art in Public Places at the Palm Beach International Airport, to mention a few.  Slutsky is currently represented in two galleries: Sundook Fine Art Galleries (Delray Beach, FL), and Gallery Art at the Promenade Shops (Aventura, FL)



50% off until January 15, 2021



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