A new oil painting of hops by Louie Van Patten. Prints are available on Etsy!
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Sunday, May 4, 2014
We are now offering a vectorized version of oil original oil painting of caps from the great breweries of Belgium on Society6! The mugs and the phone cases look good, but if anyone wants to offer input on the shirts, please do!
Friday, April 25, 2014
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Wow, it's been quite awhile since we've had anything new to post. This piece was done in oil sticks on panel, giving it a more rustic appearance than our regular oil paintings. This original painting of Cantillon caps and cork with raspberries is for sale here.
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Hello beer fans! As we all know, a good flavorful session ale can be hard to come by. Well this week, Deschutes Brewery is adding a new beer to their line-up, Deschutes River Ale, a 4% abv session ale. We had the absolute privilege of doing the label art for this particular beer and after picking up a six-pack today, we're thrilled to confirm that it is a great session ale!
In other news, we have some pretty neat beer-related prints up in our Etsy shop right now. Cheers!
Friday, February 15, 2013
Monday, January 7, 2013
Monday, November 26, 2012
Hello to our new visitors and the few regulars we have!
We would like to formally announce that we will be producing fine art prints of select beer paintings in the coming weeks. The first painting we intend to use is the one above and we will be offering 13x19in prints on high quality cotton rag with archival inks. We do not intend to produce prints of any of our older works (especially commissioned), but we will produce new paintings in the coming months, very likely in the style of the painting above. Perhaps an updated great breweries of California, then Oregon, and beyond! Any suggestions are welcome!
UPDATE: Print now available!
Cara & Louie
Monday, November 19, 2012
Ink and Water Soluble Oils on Canvas
This is a highly unique commissioned painting that pays tribute to "M," made by the great Alaskan brewery, Midnight Sun. As many beerfans know, the few bottles that remain from this 10th anniversary are highly sought after and awfully hard to obtain. While we'll surely never get to try M, we do love the rest of the Midnight Sun line-up, which gives us great reason to not doubt the praisers of this singular beer and the likely singular experience of trying it.
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