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Monday, June 25, 2012

Painting Glasses of Wine


It All Started in Barcelona


original painting by Pamela Hunt Lee
Red Wine
10x8
150.

Drinking Wine with Lunch.

original painting by Pamela Hunt Lee
Another Glass
8x6"
125.

Having a Second Glass.


original painting of a glass of wine by Pamela Hunt Lee
Afternoon White
8x6"
125.

An Afternoon Glass with Tapas.

Red Red Wine
8x6"
125.

The Aperitif Glass. 

Zinfandel
8x6"
125.

And of course, Spanish Cava.

Champagne was the first sparkling wine, but only wines made in the Champagne region of France may be called Champagne.  Spain produces many fine sparkling wines, called 'cava' after the cellars in which the wine is produced.  These wines are made in the Chanmpagne method which is the same method used to make Champagne.  The Cavas we drank were light, dry, magnificent.


Cava
36x12"
600.



The sipping went on and on...with dinner, with dessert, with conversation late into the night and early morning hours.  How could I not return to my studio without thoughts of painting glasses filled with wine?

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