THE MENU — Surreal Interpretations for Eclectic Love’s Brunch

THE MENU is a series of 10 original paintings that are surreal interpretations of the items from the Eclectic Love brunch menu. Eclectic Love is a new brunch restaurant located at 7 Main St. East in Kingsville Ontario, in the former location of the popular Dutch Restaurant.

There will be a celebration and reveal of THE MENU art exhibit on July 14 from 7pm – 11pm. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

The Eclectic Love restaurant has installed a gallery wall and is working with local artists to host revolving exhibits. THE MENU is the fourth exhibit to be held in the space since its opening in September 2022.

The Eclectic Love brunch and beverage menu was originally designed by culinary artists Jeff Wiper and Jilda Farias.

There have been a few culinary creations designed by Chef Phil Renaud that will have their surreal interpretations featured in THE MENU art exhibit as well.

The original paintings in THE MENU art exhibit were created by local Kingsville and Pelee Island artist Carolyn Hardy.

Carolyn has been working with Eclectic Love by entertaining guests during the Friday brunch service with live painting performances.

Every painting in THE MENU art exhibit was painted live before a casually dining audience.

The much-anticipated celebration on July 14 from 7pm -11pm at Eclectic Love will give the public a chance to view THE MENU art exhibit in its entirety.

This event is hosted by Eclectic Love. More information about this great new restaurant can be found on their Facebook page, or by stopping in and enjoying a delicious brunch.

The artwork of THE MENU’s creator Carolyn Hardy Surrealist Artist can be found in many art installations around Essex County and on Pelee Island.

Carolyn is a professional visual and performance artist specializing in surrealism and live painting performances.

Carolyn enjoys communicating with nature and strives to inspire humanity to remember and respect our natural environment.

Carolyn’s style has been found in many exhibitions, murals, festivals, stores and events in Windsor Essex and on Pelee Island.

Locally, you may recognize her unique style from:
Merli’s Eatery, Kingsville Mural Project, Live Art, Southgate Retirement Village, The Butterfly Bench, Cedar Island Little Library, one-of-a-kind Pelee Art and Collectables, and more.

You can purchase her original artwork at One of a Kind Pelee Art and Collectibles and at Pelee Island Artworks on Pelee Island.

More information about the artist can be found at:

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