Tacos and art: Is this what heaven is like?

The Food Wolf and Argyle Fine Art make a spicy combo for Pre-Shrunk 2013

Tacos and art: Is this what heaven is like?
"Three Cherries" oil on canvas by George Spencer

TO DO: Saturday, February 2, from 10am-12pm, drift in a dream-like state over to The Food Wolf's truck at the Historic Farmers' Market, eat a face full of delicious tacos, and gaze in wonder at the tiny works of locally made art in front of you, while that magical Food Wolf house salsa drips down your chin. Have you passed on to the other side? Is this your eternal reward? No. But it's as close as you can come on a Groundhog Day in Halifax.

This year, in honour of Argyle Fine Art's Pre-Shrunk, some infinitely clever person has arranged for works from 18 artists to be displayed inside and outside The Food Wolf food truck.

Get a sneak peek of Argyle Fine Art's many offerings for the 2013 edition of Pre-Shrunk here. Pre-Shrunk is an annual exhibit of paintings measuring 4"x5", and this year's collection is made up of over 300 pieces from over 70 local artists. The show continues at Argyle Fine Art until February 13.

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