Tannis’s wall was tucked away in a quiet shady area near one of the town churches. It used to be part of a fish holding tank and food shop years ago so it was appropriate that her subject was a joyful celebration of Sicilian food. Tannis made stops in Palermo and Catania en route to Graniti so she could visit the major food markets to get an authentic feel for her subject. She chose a traditional highly decorated Sicilian cart with driver and horse as a ‘Pandora’s box’ from which blossoms a bounty of typical local produce, cheeses, animals, nuts, breads, sweets and fish of course. Tannis was very touched by the thoughtful and generous expression of appreciation by members of the family who owned the building.