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Day 76: Waffle Art

Many of the greatest artists have selected one preferred medium.

Some prefer paint on canvas. Others sculpt with marble or shape with clay.

Still others – but only the edgiest of modern innovators – opt for the “waffle.”

This most difficult of creative mediums requires a skill level few possess.

Firm and crispy on the outside, soft and crumbly on the inside, creating waffle art takes patience, vision, and a keen (um) appetite for pushing artistic boundaries.

The elusive "waffle artist" emerges to continue work on a new masterpiece.
The elusive “waffle artist” emerges to continue work on a new masterpiece.
He scrutinizes the emerging design for flaws.
He scrutinizes the emerging design for flaws.
Finding a flaw, he quickly commences to reshaping that edge.
Finding a flaw, he quickly commences to reshaping that edge.
"Full beak immersion" permits the artist to experience his design with every sense.
His patented “full beak immersion” technique permits the artist to experience his design with every sense simultaneously.
More scrutiny and touch-ups and the piece is close to complete.
More scrutiny and touch-ups and the piece is close to finished.
Pronouncing his work complete, the artist poses as his audience breaks into spontaneous applause.
Upon an announcement from the artist that his latest work is complete, the awestruck crowd breaks into spontaneous applause.
The artist has entitled his groundbreaking new work: "I Love Waffles."
A later press release delivered rave reviews for “Waffles Are Love (and Delicious),” the newest one-of-a-kind waffle art design by Pearl Cutts.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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