Portrait of a Chef | Stipple Art

 

Jeremiah | Portrait of a Chef | Stipple Art I am pleased to present a Portrait of a Chef.

I know a couple of true-genius chefs. One of them is Jeremiah Tower. Today is Jeremiah’s Birthday, and I raise a glass of Reisling to him as I write. Salutations to you, Mr. Tower!

I was inspired to create two portraits of this Master Artist of the Culinary…

Jeremiah | Portrait of a Chef

The writer, John Birdsall, has a great piece on Jeremiah in a recent post on “eater”:

an excerpt…

“At Stars, just as across town at his Balboa Café, and at his Santa Fe Bar and Grill in Berkeley, Tower’s food was magnificent. It had that low-slung, open-shirted, carelessly feathered appeal, like the people who were young and rich in California at that moment, the zenith of Ronald Reagan’s glory. Stars was the bump of white-sand coke snorted off a lacquered table on some department store heiress’s yacht in Tiburon, with lobsters on the grill, Montrachet chilling in a platinum bucket.”

That puts me in mind of some lobsters I’ve illustrated, like these:

Lobster Pot | Stipple Art

Being a lover of food, I like taking on various assignments where the still-life of a delightful dish is needed…

Food Spot Illustration | Stipple Art

Jeremiah Tower was very recently announced by the prestigious Tavern on the Green in New York City as their new Head Chef. Can’t wait to go!

tavern-on-the-green-

Here is the second portrait image of a Great Chef— Happy Birthday, My Friend!

Jeremiah | Portrait of a Chef | Stipple Art

 

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