Artwork Description

Home brew in a cheap green bottle that I picked up outside a restaurant; rather than thick brown glass with a deep punt. There is no fancy label on my home brew, just a wet chalk scribble... very pragmatic. The cork is a conglomerate rather than fine imported cork. The cork screw is one one that the McWilliams reps used to hand out to restaurants. I picked mine up in my first job as a "wine waiter" at the now defunct "Baxters Seafood Restaurant" in Sandgate Brisbane. The screw is a bit twisted now but still does the job. Should I have chosen a laguiole or a Colt 45 worth over $1000.00? The glass is a pub glass rather than a Zalto or Riedel. With unmatched cheese and biscuits.

It might not reflect the finer things in life but I still enjoyed the wine and the making of the painting. How much sophistication does it require? Some days absolutely none as long as you enjoy it!

This work is ready to hang but remains unframed.

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Medium

Old Holland and Williamsburg oils on fine cotton duck mounted to panel.

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