My alter ego writes weekly for Fine Art Views, a daily newsletter for artists and art lovers. This Week’s article is the second of three articles about the art and wine scenario:
Last week I introduced the concept of art, and wine, and how those of us who live in wine country are inundated with requests for our artwork, with the promise that everyone will benefit, richly (Art and Wine; Wine and Art; On and on . . .)
This is not the time to discuss when and where artists should feel compelled to donate their work — suffice it to say that we all set up policies for this contingency, and just because something is “a worthy cause” does not force our hand to contribute to it. We’ll talk about this one another time. For now, let’s get back to cheese and crackers, Bogie and Bacall, Brangelina:
Art and Wine — they go together!
This is the first of two sentences that I introduced in the first article, and one of the best recent examples I have received of it requested miniature paintings for a charitable society fundraising event set up, where else? in a winery:
Read the rest at Art and Wine: They Go Together! at the Fine Art Studio site.
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