Leah Rosenberg makes things out of love:
“I have spent a lot of time in the last two years making cakes while continuing to make paintings. A cake to me is a work of art with the intention of generosity. It is beautiful, it is structural, it is an evocative work of color and balance. And then people eat it. They consume it. They find it too sweet or too sticky or too vanilla-y. And then they move on. This is the generosity of art. Create with intention and then, set it free.”
There is an interesting connection between the accumulation of layers in her paintings, and the strata of her cakes––a sense of play, and the elapsing of time. Well worth a look.