Robin Antar, My Favorite as a Kid, 2002
Media: marble, oil, cast resin, and acrylic
Dimensions: 3.5”H x 15”W x 8”D 
Description: This work symbolizes the power of memory, when people experience traumas and conflicts, foods can often transport us to happier times, memories that help us cope with the more difficult times. This everyday food staple is a symbol of the American middle-class, and a simple joy that is still sold at many American convenience stores.

This work is from Antar’s Realism in Stone series.