Are those edible candies? Because seeing how beautifully made those candies are, I wonder if people would still want to eat them.
I'd love to have more information on her art. She is great. It would be a shame to eat one of her creations but wonderful to make to decorate a cake.
Con Artist: Yes, I'm pretty sure the candy is edible. I would probably want to save it, but not sure how long it would last.Sue: Thank you for being curious. The artist's name is Miyuki and I saw her at Epcot Center last year. I didn't realize how famous she is. If you go to Youtube and look up "Candy Miyuki", she was on the Food Channel and videotaped by many tourists. She even made a book filled with candy pictures. Check it out.
Such lovely pieces, it's a shame to eat them.
This is appropriate as a new year show.
That is brilliant she is very talented, it would be a shame to eat them though after the work she put in.Have a peaceful weekend
i usually just look at the candy art since they look so great i feel guilty eating them :)
Yeah they look great but what did they taste like???
It would be a shame to eat them so I don't know exactly how they would taste, but I imagine sweet if made from corn syrup.
This would be very fascinating to see!
I was also going to ask if they are edible. They are so pretty but rather than have them gather dust, I think I'd eat mine. I'd start with the tails.
such great art work. they 're definitely too beautiful to eat.
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