Beginning with an outdoor reception from 3PM to 5PM on Saturday October 15, the David M. Hunt Library in Falls Village (CT) will host the group art exhibition “Amuse-bouche: An Appetite for Art.” Featuring a cornucopia of painting, photography, and sculpture celebrating our relationship with all things culinary, organizer Garth Kobal said, “with two dozen local artists serving up small bites and generous sides, Amuse-bouche will provide flavors for every taste and comfort food for our times.” This event is free and open to the public. Amuse-bouche will be on display through November 18. For more information call the library at 860-824-7424 or visit huntlibrary.org/art-wall.
Amuse–bouche (pronounced *ahmooz-boosh*) is a French term that combines the words *amuser* (to amuse), and *bouche* (mouth) and refers to a single, bite-sized hors d’oeuvre that is not ordered, but served at the chef’s discretion. Participating artists include Marsha Altemus, Sue Berg, Pamela Berkeley, Janet Andre Block, Sarah Blodgett, Elizabeth Buttler, Erika Crofut, Robert Cronin, Sergei Fedorjaczenko, Zoe Fedorjaczenko, Emily Fuller, Serena Granbery, Richard Griggs, John Hodgson, Vincent Inconiglios, Gail Jacobson, Garth Kobal, Audrey Leary, Pieter Lefferts, Amber Maida, Ken Musselman, David Noonan, Sue Pakula, Gayle Shanley, Tilly Strauss, Terry Wise, Lilly Woodworth, and Judith Wyer.