Inspired by the delicious and bountiful wine region in Santa Barbara County, this painting encompasses the energy and body of the flavor palette. This is a gorgeous piece to add to a kitchen or lifestyle décor setting. Growing up in Santa Barbara, the artist enjoys the very accessible and delicious wine region that is the largest in the country. Mostly known for thePinot Noir’s the artist commonly uses Pinot to draw the deep purple and red hues onto paper. Each wine is different and oxidizes at a different pace. Each painting is photographed after the painting is complete to capture their true colors before they start changing. A painting will continue to change colors over time as it continues to oxidize, this makes it a living & breathing piece of art. A wide range of colors can be extracted from wine depending on the processing or painting methods used. Either straight from the bottle, fermented in a container or evaporated sludge from an open container, wine painting can be very complex or very simple. Made with wine and ink.
"On The Vine" by Danielle Methman
Inspired by Santa Barbara County’s bountiful wine region, passionate wine makers and fellow local wine painter Christina LoCascio Larner, Danielle wanted to test her painting skills with this new yet ancient...Read More