Lindsay’s Pinot Noir 2012
This painting was the inception. Scrolling thru the internet I became obsessed with this photo of an Octopus hatchling that had identical hues to wine. For the next two weeks this painting emerged from a bottle of Lincourt I had gotten as a gift.
Made with 100% wine with black, red and white watercolor accents
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.
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