Cherries Jubilee for the New Year!

Looking for a festive recipe for your New Year’s Eve dinner? Here’s one from none other than Alice Waters, as designed, calligraphed, and printed by David Lance Goines at his St. Hieronymous Press. “Cherries Jubilee” was created in 1970 as part of a folio the pair collaborated on and called “Thirty Recipes Suitable for Framing.” The collection’s title is catnip for this framer, so in the spirit of a picture frame’s celebratory purpose—not to mention the celebratory recipe and this celebratory time of year—I repeated Goines’s lovely cherry tree woodcut design on a flat 3/4″ wide walnut frame, outlining the pattern in black milk paint and then coloring it with red and green linseed oil paint.

To all, a very Happy New Year from Holton Studio Frame-Makers! Framed Alice Waters recipe by David Goines

David Goines print "Cherries Jubilee"

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