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Fork Art

Although some people might be surprised to know about this category, fork art has been an innovative choice of interior designers and decorators for a long time. This form of art is ideal for placing in a kitchen as its own theme or to enhance other decorative choices, and has a variety of creative styles to choose from whether a consumer is looking for traditionally homely works or something that makes its own individual statement.

Because of the unique shape that this utensil has, it has been used many artistic interpretations by modern artists who employ pop, Cubist, vintage, and representational styles in their work. Fork art can be used to represent the act of eating or as a subject of its own. Regardless of its use, however, this art category is sure to have something for the culinary consumer to sink their teeth into.

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Fork Artwork

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Bon Appetit Cutlery Grey
by Color Me Happy
10" x 10"
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Kitchen Words I
by Pela Studio
8" x 20"
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Modern Cooking
by Aimee Wilson
12" x 12"
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Spoons and Forks
by Albena Hristova
18" x 12"
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Forks
by Mike Feeley
12" x 10"
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Cherry Pie
by Jennifer Bonaventura
10" x 10"
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Bon Appetit Cutlery Beige
by Color Me Happy
10" x 10"
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Antique Utensils I
by Melissa Wang
12" x 16"
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Spaghetti Meatballs
by Darrin Hoover
8" x 10"
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Rose Garden Utensils I
by Lisa Audit
12" x 15"
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Adriana Fork
by Jean Plout
8" x 16"
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Invitation (Spanish)
by Danny Hahlbohm
8" x 10"
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Antique Fork
by Ethan Harper
14" x 32"
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Breakfast
by Sabine Berg
11" x 14"
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French Menu II
by Pela Studio
16" x 16"
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Keep Your Fork
by Longfellow Designs
12" x 15"
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Spoons and Forks III Neutral
by Albena Hristova
12" x 15"
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Retro Diner Time to Eat
by Michael Mullan
16" x 20"
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Bowtie
by Darrin Hoover
8" x 10"
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Indigo Spoon Fork Knife
by Linda Woods
16" x 16"
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Ornate Cutlery on Black I
by Ethan Harper
12" x 24"
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Utensils
by ND Art & Design
12" x 24"
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French Vintage Cafe
by SD Graphics Studio
8" x 20"
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Garden Salad
by Sheldon Lewis
13" x 13"
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Decorative Fork
by Tandi Venter
8" x 16"
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Le Cafe v2
by David Carter Brown
12" x 36"
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Be Grateful Fork
by Longfellow Designs
16" x 20"
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Antique Knife Fork and Spoon
by Tom Quartermaine
16" x 12"
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Victorian Table II
by Color Bakery
20" x 20"
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Dinner Conversation I
by Color Bakery
16" x 16"
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Dinner Conversation III
by Color Bakery
16" x 16"
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Forks
by Gregory Gorham
11" x 14"
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Forks
by Jo Moulton
8" x 10"
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A Table
by Lanie Loreth
12" x 36"
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Bon Appetit
by Lanie Loreth
12" x 36"
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Pop and vintage have embraced fork art wholeheartedly. These works can either be in black and white or color and can be beautifully sophisticated in their depiction. Vintage works generally use the fork to hint at exotic locales and fine cuisine, such as in the painting 'Fine Dining I' by Carol Robinson, or to depict the grace of the utensil in its own right, as seen in Gregory Graham's artwork, 'Forks'. Pop artists are more focused on the graphic qualities of the fork and remind people of the long dining history this utensil has been used in. Examples of

pop art

vary considerably however, and the realistically whimsical touches of Darrin Hoover have a proud place beside such works as 'Blue Plate Special' by Louise Max.

Cubist artists also find fork art interesting and are one of the most uniquely creative forms of this category. However, these artworks are typically concerned with the act of eating rather than the intrinsic qualities of the fork itself. Works such as 'Cherry Pie' by Jennifer Bonaventura use the fork combined with other eating implements in order to portray the enjoyment and nostalgia of a home-cooked meal.
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