PHOTOS: Feast on the Street thru the lens of Charles Crainby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Apr. 21, 2013, under Art, Arte, Cultura, Culture
This was the first time the event has been in North America.
On April 13, 2013, Feast on the Street showcased the abundance of urban gardeners, restaurant owners, artists and musicians who live, work and grow in Arizona. It was inspired by London’s Feast on the Bridge, which takes over the Southwark Bridge over the Thames River in the fall. English artist Clare Patey started the London festival and worked with Arizona artist and fourth-generation farmer Matthew Moore to bring the event to Phoenix.
The focal point was the half-mile-long dining table, intended to bring community members together to eat and chat.
Below are some photos shared by fine photographer Charles Crain…and what he captured of the Feast on the Street thru his lens. If you want to learn more about Charles Crain please see his youtube videos here and here, or visit his website to see more of his delicious work.
Beautiful fine photography!