Icy Streets FRIDAY April 27th
Rob Matthews, Peter Hall and Chef Steven Leake are excited to announce a solo art exhibition:Icy Streets.
Icy Streets will run for one night only on Friday, April 27, 2012 from 6-9 pm.
The reception for the show will be held on the sidewalk of South Main Street during the South Main Street Historic District’s Trolley Night.
Icy Streets will feature Chef Steven Leake in a live demonstration of his art of ice carving talent. Chef Leake is sure to provide entertainment and a unique artistic perspective to South Main Street’s Trolley Night.
Though normally confined to corporate and wedding event restraints, Chef Leake is sure to bring a creative and loose environment for the crowds at Trolley Night. His talents are sure to impress until the Memphis heat makes a puddle of his work.
Chef Steven Leake is a resident of Nesbit, Mississippi, and the founder of Premier Ice Sculptures. Since establishing his business in 1994, Chef Steven has received many citations and awards including 1995, 2002, and 2005 "Chef of the Year" by the American Culinary Federation, Memphis Chapter, 1st place in the Taster's Choice category at the Great Chefs Tasting 2000 and 2001, and also 1st place at the annual Soup Sunday Competition in 2001. He is also a member of the National Ice Carving Association.
This exhibition is sponsored by the Center for Outreach and Development of the Arts at Rhodes College.