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Todays Funky Art Favorite: Beach Party

Beach Party is a funky abstract painting intended to reflect the colorful nature, joy and excitement of a summer day at the beach. In particular, Beach Party is painted from the vantage point of a small child or pet watching all of the activity and fun occurring on a great sunny day at the beach with friends and family! Beach Party is an every day reminder that joy is a state-of-mind!

Beach Party was painted with a Full Sail Amber Ale from Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River, Oregon. You can order your Beach Party Limited Edition Print by going to our Shop Our Art section, clicking on the Modern and Abstract drop down category and then following the prompts after clicking on the Beach Party image!

 

Todays BeerColors™ Funky Art Favorite: Nappy Time

Today’s BeerColors™ funky art favorite is Nappy Time (shown at left). This Matisse-inspired painting represents that favorite time of day or evening when you feel like cuddling up with a warm puppy, blanket or other soft item(s). Unlike many other Modern and Abstract paintings by BeerColors™, Nappy Time is intended to be displayed in only one manner—with the head upright… obviously, so the painting does not become dizzy!

Nappy Time was painted with a Full Sail LTD limited edition lager from the Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River, Oregon.

You can buy your limited edition print of Nappy Time by going to our Shop Our Art section, clicking on the Modern and Abstract category then on the Nappy Time image and following the prompts. Enjoy your own Nappy Time!

 

Todays Funky Favorite Art: Summer Storm

Today’s funky favorite from BeerColors™ art is Summer Storm (shown at left). Summer Storm is meant to convey a sense of happiness. Viewed as shown, it may look to you like a field with clouds and bolts of lightening, hence the name: “Summer Storm”. Upside down, you may see bamboo and a jungle floor. There is a strong element of intrigue when viewed on either side. Whatever you see, art (like love) is always in the eye and heart of the beholder.

Summer Storm was painted with a Full Sail LTD limited edition lager from Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River, Oregon. It is available in two sizes. Summer Storm may be purchased by going to our Shop Our Art section, clicking on the Summer Storm image then following the prompts through checkout.

Today’s Featured Funky Art: Heat Wave

Heat Wave is a funky abstract depiction of high temperatures rolling across the land or can be interpreted as warm water, either in a tropical climate lake or ocean. In any event, Heat Wave is intended to inspire with its vivid colors and wave-like motion.

Heat Wave (shown at left) was painted with a Full Sail Limited Amber Ale from Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River, Oregon. To purchase Heat Wave, just go to our Shop Our Art section and the Modern and Abstract category, click on the Heat Wave image and follow the prompts through checkout. We are sure you will enjoy this painting for many years to come!

Artist Milton Avery (1885-1965)

Artist Milton Avery was an American born artist whose first solo exhibition was in 1944. Shown and collected worldwide, Mr. Avery was elected a fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences in 1963. One of his best known works was his “Green Sea”, painted with oils on canvas.

Art critic Hilton Kramer described Mr. Avery as “…without question our greatest colorist…Among his European contemporaries, only Matisse…produced a greater achievement in this respect.”

Nappy Time (shown above) was painted with a Full Sail LTD limited edition lager from Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River, Oregon. Nappy Time may be purchased by going to our Shop Our Art section, selecting the Modern and Abstract drop down category, clicking on the Nappy Time image then proceeding to checkout.

Artist Philip Guston (1913-1980)

656 Rainforest web HiDefBorn in Montreal, Canada, Philip Guston moved to Los Angeles as a child and started painting at 14 years of age. His styles have included neo-impressionism, social realism, modern, figurative and representational art. He painted murals for public buildings during the 1930’s and 1940’s

Mr. Guston held his first solo exhibition in 1944 and received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1947. He generally used 3-4 colors in his paintings, many of which included shades of pink. His paintings between 1969 and 1972 were described as “existential and lugubrious”. Mr. Guston has several of his works displayed in major galleries and public museums.

Rainforest (shown above) was painted using a very good Full Sail LTD Limited Edition IPA from Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River, Oregon. Rainforest can be purchased by going to the Modern and Abstract drop down category under Shop Our Art, clicking on the Rainforest image then following the prompts through checkout.

Beers Colors™ Art at Charbonneau Art Festival This Weekend

685S Wind Thru the Trees web HiDefBeerColors™ atist, Ron Pomeroy will be displaying 4 pieces of his BeerColors™ art at the Charbonneau Arts Association “Art and Music” festival (in Wilsonville, Oregon) which runs from this Friday evening, October 28, through Sunday, October 30.

Wind through the Trees (shown at left) is one of the four pieces. Wind through the Trees was painted with a great tasting Full Sail Amber Ale from Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River, Oregon. The other three are: Amalfi, Caribbean Canvas and City Fog. All can be purchased at the Charbonneau event or by going to the Shop Our Art section, clicking on the Modern and Abstract drop down category then clicking on the image and following the prompts.

Artist Emile Nolde (1867-1956)

beercolors-summer-stormEmile Nolde was a German-born oil and watercolor expressionist painter known for his bold brushwork and use of strong colors, notably deep reds and golden yellows. Mr. Nolde began his art career at age 31 and was very productive as an artist. During his lifetime, despite having over 1,600 of his paintings removed from museums and destroyed by the Hitler regime, Mr. Nolde is credited with 231 etchings, 197 woodcuts (including “The Prophet” in 1917) and 83 lithographs in addition to his many oils and watercolors.

Mr. Nolde has his work displayed in numerous museums and collections, including famous pieces of “The Burial” (1915), “Head with Pipe” (1907) and “Blumengarten” which auctioned for $3.2 million in a Sotheby’s of London 2112 auction.

Summer Storm was painted with a great Full Sail LTD limited edition lager from Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River, Oregon. You can purchase Summer Storm by going to Shop Our Art and finding the Summer Storm image under the Modern/Abstract section, clicking on the image and following the prompts.

Artist Michael Goldberg (1924-2007)

656 Rainforest web HiDefArtist Michael Goldberg began taking art classes at age 14. An abstract expressionist, Mr. Goldberg had roughly 125 solo exhibitions of his abstract paintings between 1953 and 2015. Mr. Goldberg has work in countless public and private collections, including at MOMA, Baltimore Museum of Art, Albright-Knox Gallery, Walker Art Center and the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Rainforest (shown above) was painted with a very good Full Sail LTD Limited Edition IPA from Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River, Oregon. Rainforest can be purchased as a Limited Edition Print by going to our Modern/Abstract drop down category under Shop Our Art, clicking on the Rainforest image and following the prompts.

Artist Jim Dine (1935 – present)

669 Abstract web 300 CCJim Dine was born in Ohio and received his B.F.A. from Ohio University in 1957. Mr. Dine became one of the founding artists in the Pop Art movement and has become known for his Pinnochio art and his many ‘heart’ paintings, books and sculptures. In 1966 an exhibition of his work in London was raided and found to be indecent but not obscene.

Mr. Dine has exhibited in all of the major galleries and collections, including the Tate Gallery in London, Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Museum of Modern Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum amongst others.

Abstract (shown above) was painted with a great tasting Full Sail ESB Extra Special Bitter from Full Sail Brewing Company in Hood River, Oregon. Abstract can be purchased by going to our Shop Our Art section under the Modern/Abstract drop down and clicking on the Abstract image then following the prompts.