Energetic petals | Original wine painting on paper
Painted with corks and Tannat, Sangiovese, Pinot Noir and Rosé gold, this piece represents the push/pull between chaos and order. I felt a surge of inspiration and saw this energetic version of “Pinot petals”.
Wesley's Wine gradient
A wine painting may not be the first thing you’d think of for a baby girl’s nursery, but when blush tones are the décor theme, wine fits in perfectly! This was a custom gradient featuring Aglianico, Pinot Noir and Rosé. I particularly love the juxtaposition represented in wine gradients: the simplicity of the design contrasts with the complexity of wine. From the artistry of the tasting notes to all the energy and love that goes into winemaking, wine paint truly is like no other kind of paint.
I love using just corks to paint with wine whenever possible and love the combination of cork drips and textured petals that I used to paint these abstract flowers! This piece features Aglianico, Pinot Noir and Rosé gold.
Grapes on the vine are one of my favorite subjects! I love the variation in color, and the cork splatters throughout the piece represent the bursting of flavor from eating a grape right from the vine, especially during harvest. I used Aglianico, Rosé, Rosé gold (Rosé wine with a little gold paint), Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Nebbiolo with corks to depict these vineyard grapes.
A constantly rotating selection of wine paintings decorate my studio walls! This is my high-res profile photo, which can be used in any sort of marketing piece.
A close-up look at a smaller grapevine piece! I used corks and Rosé, Cabernet Sauvignon, Gamay, Chardonnay and Bordeaux to paint this piece.
These simplistic wine streaks reminded me of the wine legs that drip down a wine glass. For a while there was a rumor that those kinds of tears meant it was a higher quality wine, but that’s not actually the case.
I painted this piece with Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Rosé, Pinot Noir, Nebbiolo, and Albariño!