Yesterday I posted (here) about the David Lance Goines woodcut prints we’re offering, all from “Thirty Recipes Suitable for Framing,” which Goines did with his friend Alice Waters around 1970—just as she was about to open her now world-renowned restaurant, Chez Panisse. I can show you how one of those, “Apple Sauce,” (right in the center of the array posted yesterday and shown at right) may be framed because a customer brought us another impression of it last year. For him, we matted the 9″ x 4″ print and set it in a flat 5/8″ walnut frame with carved and painted circles repeating the central motif of the print. A cheerful (hey, at least we got apple sauce in the bargain) yellow slip matches the tree of knowledge and Eve’s hair.
After yesterday’s post, we sold a few, but still have “Apple Sauce” and 17 (at this writing) other prints from “Thirty Recipes Suitable for Framing,” available for $90 each.