Since our cultural fascination with all things cake will not cease, La Luz de Jesus gallery will be showcasing the sculptures of artist Scott Hove starting April 6. His cake-themed sculptures explore the concept of the apocalypse—the End of Days—using his signature technique that’s much better explained by the gallery:
“Utilizing traditional cake decorating tools and techniques with acrylic media to render extremely realistic looking wall-hanging cakes and immersive kaleidoscopic installations. These are then accessorized with decidedly un-cake-like items such as taxidermy jaws, hypodermic needles, plastic insects and other objects which counterbalance the typical sense of happiness and positive expectation associated with a delicious looking cake.”
See, we were just gonna say, “creepy and delicious.” There’s an opening reception at the gallery on April 6 from 8 to 11 p.m. where we hope they will be serving cake. Just not, you know, this cake. More information.