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Color Us Hungry: Peep Kelly Waters’ Collection of S.F. Foodie Art

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    Remember when we exposed you to Kelly Waterswhimsical watercolor rendition of Craftsman and Wolves’ The Rebel Within? Well, consider that a sneak peek in comparison to Pot + Pantry's latest shindig. At the Mission-based kitchenware shop, we get to ogle the S.F. artist's entire collection of works, each depicting mouth-watering local dishes that are as easy on the eyes as they are on our mouths.

    This Thursday, foodies and art buffs alike can head to the shop to try and recognize the city's beloved restaurant cuisine in Water's elegant form. Obviously, the pretty paintings are going to induce some salivating, and yummy nibbles and libations will be at the ready when the inevitable hunger pangs strike. Can't wait until then? Well, we've got a preview of what will be on display, right here. If this soirée doesn’t sound like a good time, we reserve the right to seize your S.F. Locals Club card.

    When: Thursday, February 21, 6 to 9 p.m.
    Where: Pot + Pantry, 593 Guerrero Street (at 18th Street); 415-206-1134.

    Photo: Courtesy of Kelly Waters

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