Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Rosalind Wyatt writes in Chocolate, so can you with chocalligraphy

29, South Audley Street, London W1

Rosalind Wyatt - textile, calligraphy and collage artist - is currently running a pop-up gallery in Mayfair.
Called The Gallery of Words, it runs for just three weeks, exhibiting her work and playing host to various demonstrations and visiting artists from a variety of media, all united under the common theme of words, an abiding aspect of Rosalind's work - whether read (Bill Nighy has recorded some readings referencing the exhibition), stitched, painted, performed or, in this instance, eaten....

On Thursday at 6 - 8pm, she will be collaborating with master chocolatier and author of three books, Chantal Coady of Rococo Chocolates, to give demonstrations of a newly conceived artform: chocalligraphy

 Chantal herself is a fascinating person - having started Rococo Chocolate in 1983 and now boasting shops in Belgravia, Mayfair and Marylebone High Street. In 2007, they bought a small plot of land in Grenada and Grococo was born, supplying organic, fairtrade, Trinitario cocoa beans of an exceptional quality. www.rococochocolates.com

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