|Gold in the Late Afternoon, Thomas Stiltz
|While art and wine do tend to go
together, this might be pushing it.
Copyright, Jim Lane
Temptations, 1998, Jim Lane
|Wine and Grapes--technically adept but tritely traditional in all other respects.
|Still-Life With Grapes And Clarinet, Georges Braque
|Repetition highlighting the artist's personal style.
Champagne Collection, Jenny Muncaster (above-top),
Time to Relax, Amy Giacomelli (above-bottom).
|As with all art, it depends upon how you look at it.
Even a tired theme can be reinvigorated.
|Both in the painting above and the one above-top a lively, approach to
the subject matter adds a whole new element to a very stale subject matter.
|Hand-painted wine glasses, Teaberry Treasures
|Wine and Grapes Oval
|Wine on the Vine, Deborah Boyet
|If your vintage still-life begins to look like this,
it's time to give up on both the wine and the painting.