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Todays Funky Art Favorite: Fresh Air

Today’s BeerColors™ funky art favorite is Fresh Air (shown at left).

Fresh Air reminds people of a mountainscape or of an island with birds and clouds. It was intended to be an optimistic painting with the use of a great deal of open, light space. As with most abstracts, Fresh Air has whatever meaning or inspiration you decide upon.

Fresh Air was painted with a Pendleton Blended Canadian Whiskey from Hood River Distilling in Hood River, Oregon. To buy your ‘breath’ of Fresh Air, just go to our Shop Our Art section, click on the Modern and Abstract drop down menu then on the Fresh Air image and proceed through checkout!

Artist A.J. Casson (1898-1992)

Fresh Air j 4 4 16Artist A.J. Casson was born in Toronto, Canada and took up painting at an early age. Primarily a watercolorist, Mr. Casson first displayed his landscapes at age 19 in the Canadian National Exhibition. Retiring from other employment in 1960 to paint full-time, Mr. Casson’s best known work is “Street in Glen Williams.” which is an autumn scene that sold at auction in 2010 for the sum of $542,800.

Fresh Air (shown above) was painted with a good Pendleton Blended Canadian Whiskey from Hood River Distilling in Hood River, Oregon. Fresh Air is available for purchase by going to Shop Our Art, clicking on Modern and Abstract and following the prompts after locating and clicking on the Fresh Air image.

Whiskey Print Added: Fresh Air

Fresh Air j 4 4 16A new whiskey print has been added to BeerColors™. It is entitled Fresh Air. Fresh Air reminds people of a mountainscape or of an island with birds and clouds. It was intended to be an optimistic painting with the use of a great deal of open, light space. As with most abstracts, Fresh Air has whatever meaning or inspiration you decide upon.

Fresh Air (shown at left) was painted with a tasty Pendleton Blended Canadian Whiskey from Hood River Distilling in Hood River, Oregon and may  be purchased as a Limited Edition print by going to Shop Our Art, clicking in the Modern and Abstract drop down category then clicking on the Fresh Air  image then following the prompts.