Edible puns and art at the Edible Book Festival

Wednesday, April 11, 2018



Photos by Steven H. Robinson

We came, we saw, and we consumed!

The Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council thanks you for making the 6th Annual Edible Book Festival incredibly memorable.

It was a true delight seeing all of the community support and involvement, which included over 40 registrations this year from both adults and youth!

Matt Tullio won Most Visually Appealing
and People's Choice for his
Old Man and The C

Thank you to everyone who participated in Saturday's Edible Book Festival at Third Place Commons.

Hundreds of people came out to view the culinary creations on display.

The Language of Flowers by Elaine Jones
 
If you are not familiar with the Edible Book Festival, creations were inspired by a book, but made out of edible ingredients— sweet or savory.

Congratulations to the winners! We have two age brackets for awards. Adult and Youth (K-12). 

Most PUNderful

Donkey Oaties by Carla Fisher

Adult: Donkey Oaties by Carla Fisher

A Pringle in Time by Riley Rhead

Youth: A Pringle in Time by Riley Rhead


Most Book-like

Good Night Buffoon by Naomi Elphick

Adult: Good Night Buffoon by J. Biden (Naomi Elphick)

The Little Prince by Annabelle and CJ Kisky

Youth: The Little Prince by Annabelle and CJ Kisky

Most Visually Appealing

Little Mouse on the Berry

Adult: Old Man and The C by Matt Tullio

Youth: Little Mouse on the Berry by Eliana Herrick

Judges Choice Award

Hickory, Daiquiri, Doc by Herb Bryce

Hickory, Daiquiri, Doc by Herb Bryce

People’s Choice Award

The Old Man and The C

Adult: Old Man and The C by Matt Tullio

Youth: The Little Prince by Annabelle and CJ Kisky

The Eagles Have Landed by Lynne Wilson

Runner Up (Overall): The Eagles Have Landed by Lynne Wilson

We’d like to thank our partners, our volunteers, King County Library System, Friends of Third Place Commons and Third Place Books for donating awesome awards.

The Load of the Rings by Wen-Hsi Tsen
 
This year’s judges included Bill, The Chocolate Man; Susan Jones, Artist/Illustrator; Kalee Shearer, Children’s Librarian at the Lake Forest Park Library (KCLS); and Adam Walter, Sales Associate at Third Place Books. Thank you to our judges!

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.



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