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Art & Coffee “On The Menu” at Europane

Jul 28, 2013
Torque Journey by Avi Roth

Torque Journey by Avi Roth

Avi Roth has trademarked the word “coffeegraph,” which is described as “the process of applying coffee grinds and coffee by-products as organic pigment without a binder to solid and porous surfaces by way of staining, layering, and water burning.”

Coffeegraph® and other mediums of art are on exhibit at the original Euro Pane just east of Lake on Colorado Boulevard.

Joining Roth are painter and textile artist Christine Oginska, watercolorist Fred Gotha, and award-winning multimedia artists Alicia Gorecki and Kat Roberts. Their “Tension & Compression” pieces combine photography, painting and collage, and “Bridges” is said to have been conceived while the women chatted over coffee at Euro Pane.

This exhibit at one of Pasadena’s most revered bakeries has been curated by local artist and designer Cynthia Luna of AllOverDesign. More than a dozen works have been sold since the art installation went up in June.

So, come into Euro Pane (the original location) and revel in their beloved egg salad sandwich, sea salt caramels, French macarons, endless choice of pastries, or a slice of Sumi’s divine quiche lorraine—and admire the view.

“On The Menu” at Euro Pane
Installation runs through December 2013
950 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena
626.577.1828

Tension & Compression: a collaboration by Kat Roberts and Alici Gorecki

Tension & Compression: a collaboration by Kat Roberts and Alici Gorecki

Sumi's pastries; photo by Renee Williams

Sumi’s pastries; photo by Renee Williams

Gemlike Heartbuds by Avi Roth

Gemlike Heartbuds by Avi Roth

Young Child by Fred

Young Child by Fred Gotha

Purple Flowers by Christine Oginska

Purple Flowers by Christine Oginska

Euro Pane’s celebrated egg salad sandwich:

Photo courtesy of Natalie K.

Photo courtesy of Natalie K.

Bridge Series: a collaboration by Kat Roberts and Alicia Gorecki

Bridge Series: a collaboration by Kat Roberts and Alicia Gorecki

Photo courtesy of Renee Williams

Photo courtesy of Renee Williams

 




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