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Art and food, two of life s great pleasures,
have finally found a way to co-exist thanks
to West Australian artist Bridget Waters.
Her company Ripe Art has been getting
creative with cuisine since its inception almost
a decade ago.
Whether it s a dinner party of 10 or
a corporate event of up to 500 guests,
Bridget and her team of chefs, cooks and wait
staff can give your function the wow factor.
The company can incorporate logos, colours
and themes into their food, which is mostly
served as cocktail-style platters.
To create visual interest, all food is served
on a layer of hand-dyed rice and themed
elements -- when the items have been
consumed, a work of art remains underneath.
Ripe Art also specialises in making edible
and non-edible centrepieces that capture the
In the past, Bridget has even carved
sculptures out of dried bread and created
installations using hundreds of kilos of dyed
rice and eggshells.
Ripe Art is happy to tailor the menu to
a sweet or savoury preference. All food is
completely fresh and homemade, with not
a fried squid ring or spring roll in sight.
By taking advantage of Ripe Art s creativity
and flair, your function is guaranteed to be the
talk of the town long after the event.
Ripe Art can help your function come
to life with art that looks -- and is -- good
enough to eat.
ABOUT RIPE ART
THE EVENT: Specialising in themed events,
Ripe Art can tailor food for any function
including product launches, corporate
events, weddings and private functions.
THE SERVICE: As well as catering, food
styling and food installations, Ripe Art
provides event theming and management,
marketing and flower arrangements.
They also offer art workshops and private
THE NUMBERS: Groups as small as 10 or
as large as 500 can be catered for.
THE FOOD: Everything served by Ripe Art
is fresh and homemade. Sweet or savoury
cocktail platters are served on beds of
coloured rice and other themed bases, while
magnificent edible centrepieces can be
created for a specific theme or company logo.
THE COMPANY: West Australian food artist
Bridget Waters established Ripe Art in 2000.
She draws on her considerable experience
in the fields of art, hospitality, design
and floristry to create food installations
and edible artworks that are both visually
engaging and highly regarded.
PO Box 443, Melville WA 6956
PHONE: 0401 096 842
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