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Art and My Chocolate Addiction

“What you see before you, my friend, is the result of a lifetime of chocolate.” – Katherine Hepburn

Raise your hand if you’re like me and you ate chocolate, bought chocolate, entered a chic chocolate boutique (my fave du jour), gave chocolate, baked with chocolate, drank hot chocolate, sprinkled, melted, shaved or dusted chocolate this holiday season.

So I’m not alone, eh?

I did all those things and more last month and believe it or not, my appetite for chocolate still lives on. To put a cap on my Expanding Waistline Potential (EWP) I’m considering buying original art that reminds me of chocolate or just gives me a warm and cozy chocolatey feeling.


Untitled - Oil Painting by Lisa Caccioppoli

Creating a chocolate environment is a suitable alternative to chocolate consumption, or so I tell myself.

amy s. kauffman

Untitled - Mixed Media (Tootsie Roll Wrappers) by Amy Kauffman

How one prefers his or her chocolate is a personal thing, but I’m feeling bold and want to share my picks with you.

matthew stiles

Time Lapse Streetlight - Oil Painting by Matthew Stiles

These images are speaking to me from the front lines of my post-holiday, hot cocoa mood.

randall parker

Give and Take - Mixed Media by Randall Parker

tracy mewmaw

What Lies Beyond, Photography by Tracy Mewman

What’s the point of all this, you ask? It’s just a reminder that buying original artwork doesn’t have to be a big mystery.


Sequence 10 - Oil Painting by Tracy Burke


Outlook - Photograph by Tracy Mewmaw

If you fall in love with an art print or original painting, even for the simple reason that it reminds you of your favorite food or last year’s great vacation, that counts. Start the new decade right. Buy art you love.

Zatista.com artists: Lisa Caccioppoli, Amy S. Kauffman, Matthew Stiles, Randall Parker, Tracy Mewmaw, Tracy Burke

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