The Devil Made Me Eat It - Museum Quality Giclee

Ann Salk Rosenberg


Food is the nemesis of many in the privileged world. We couldn’t possibly be responsible for choosing to fill ourselves up with junk, could we?

It’s easier to blame someone or something else. In this case, the devil takes the blame. That’s why you’ll find the devil’s hands and tail tucked into the edge of the painting.

The Devil Made Me Eat It represents more than just food. It is also about how we make excuses for the guilty pleasures of life. Are we sidestepping the issue by focusing on: how much? with what? and who’s fault?




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