So tell me, Leftover Ladies and Gents . . .

How do you store your Leftovers?

A) Do you slide a big plastic bag over the serving plate?
B) Do you get out that Tupperware trio and burp those lids?
C)  Do you find, like I do, that a zip lock bag is the perfect and practical way to preserve them?

If you chose C, then you'll understand why Wingtip chose to present them in their natural state!

Here's a few photos from installing the show at Woodriver Cellars.  Now, the only thing you'll have to worry about is what wine goes with what leftover.

Here's a peek at the exhibition:  Bon Appetit!

Wanna see the Leftover Gourmet Glee Team?

Here they are hanging the show last Sunday afternoon:

Maria Carmen, prep that wall!

Sue, measure that space!

Odessa, hang those prints!

Lisa and Maria Carmen hanging SOLAR, too!

Oh, I forgot to mention that the Solar exchange is hanging with Leftovers!  Solar, by the way, is an exchange of 16 artists from Wingtip Press and Oxbow Press.  The theme is the result of a Solarplate workshop at Wingtip Press last August.  Candace Nicol came to Boise to teach the process and the exchange features the Solarplate process and was aptly named Solar  - and it was due on the Winter Solstice.

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